Picturesofseaturtles.net to focus on information, news, and pictures as they impact sea turtles
Indianapolis, IN -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2012 -- New website launched to provide news and education on sea turtles, and news items that has an impact on sea turtles. According to Spokesman, “We have had an interest in sea turtles for a while, and felt it was important to provide an outlet for news and pictures of sea turtles for the public.” The website will focus beyond just Sea turtle Pictures, but also cover topics like how to take pictures, and where you might find sea turtles.”
Sea turtles are thought to be one of the most endangered marine species that can be found in warm and temperate water around the world. According to Spokesman, “In order to take pictures of sea turtles it is important that people understand the type of climate they thrive in.” Beyond just pictures the site will provide tips and ideas on how you can locate Sea Turtles in spite of the small numbers worldwide. For example according to the site certain species feed on other smaller marine creatures like jelly fish, seaweeds, mollusks, crab, shrimps, and snails.
Picturesofseaturtles.net also goes into the history of Sea Turtles, “According to Spokesman, “We felt it was important for people to understand where they came from, and what the history was.” Sea Turtles are known to be one of the oldest species in the world. They are known to have been around for more than 110 million years since the time dinosaurs roamed free on this planet. There are seven different sea turtle species that can be seen in different pictures of sea turtles and all of them are under threat. You can see almost all sea turtle species by looking on the World Wide Web.
According to the Spokesman, “In the future we will look at expanding the focus towards other marine life, but for now we are going to stay focused on sea turtle news, and information.”
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