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I LOVE turtles. more than anything. That is what I have considered for a tattoo believe it or not. Actually I think I already told you that :) -M

South Carolina designated the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) as the official state reptile in 1988. Loggerhead sea turtles are listed as threatened with extinction, partially due to destruction of their nesting habitats. They make an extended migration between their feeding grounds and rookeries, and South Carolina has some of the most pristine nesting areas for loggerhead sea turtles on the eastern coast.

Love this photo...turtle parade...hope you have time to stick around to see the end of it...lol

sea turtle that looks like he's holding his friend back. "What did he just say about my flippers?" "It's cool Mike, calm down. Let it go."

Baby Slider Turtle - I had one of these when I lived in Arizona, named it moose, I loved that turtle, sadly, when I moved back to CA it wasn't happy about the move and after many suicidal attempts he succeeded. MOOOSE! I miss you!

The Green (Sea) Turtle is an Endangered Species, even though it is now protected throughout most of the world. Threats to the species include illegal hunting, habitat destruction, pollution, and accidental entanglement in fishing lines. Green Turtle @ Sipadan by lndr, via Flickr

A critically endangered leatherback turtle hatchling (Dermochelys coriacea), makes its way to the sea after hatching. Trinidad and Tobago

Little ninja #turtles Aww ... I had one when I was a little girl ... he was a great pet. So tiny and adorable ♥

Every sea turtle has markings as distinct as fingerprints on their shells. In an attempt to save the turtles from slaughter, rescue groups are etching their shells with tools that 'ruin' them for collectors. YEA FOR THE TURTLES!