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green turtle:

see sea turtlesea turtle,
name for several species of large marine turtles found in tropical and subtropical oceans. These turtles are modified for life in the ocean by having flipperlike forelimbs without toes and lightweight shells. Their heads are too large to be withdrawn into the shell.
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This scientific paper is a massive achievement for the Jumeirah Groups sea turtle conservation work, with the collation of nearly 12 years of green sea turtle tracking data.
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