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Order the stages of a Sea Turtles life.

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Turtle migrates to nearshore waters to mature.

Adult Turtle returns to original birth site to breed.

The hatchlings make their way across the sand to the ocean.

The juvenile turtle spends several years in passive migration.

Hundreds of baby turtles hatch from eggs on the shore.

The turtle migrates to foraging areas until ready to breed.


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