Green turtle closeup

Green Turtle closeup

A Hawaiian green turtle lifts its head after resting on the sand at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. The park is one of many good places on the island to see turtles, either on the beach or foraging in the shallow waters there.

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6 thoughts on “Green turtle closeup

        1. Graham Post author

          Turtles are doing pretty well here. They’re protected, so don’t have human predators to worry about. I think tiger sharks are their biggest worry. They have many places to pull out and rest around the island. Some of these get a lot of human traffic but by and large people are pretty good around them.

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