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Indian Sea Turtles, Marine Species
Indian Sea Turtles live most part of their lives in the sea. They are found in the shallow coastal waters of temperate and warm seas. There are seven surviving species of sea turtles. They are the Green Turtle, Loggerhead Turtle, Kemp`s Ridley Turtle, Olive Ridley Turtle, Hawksbill Turtle, Flatback Turtle and Leatherback Turtle.

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