No, generally sea turtles are solitary animals. They spend the majority of their time alone underwater in the ocean, and really only socialize with each other during courtship and mating seasons. The Kemp’s Ridley and Olive Ridley species of sea turtle do nest in large groups, but minimal behavioral exchanges occur amongst the turtles even then.
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