Sea turtles have inhabited the Earth for millions of years, but now most of the species of turtles around the world have been labeled as “critically endangered.” The Green Sea Turtle population, which used to number in the tens of thousands, has now dropped to a low of a few thousand around the world.
According to a 2008 article update on http://www.perlgurl.org, there are, in Hawaii, about 35,000 mature green turtles (maturity isn’t reached until the turtle is 25, but they can live until they’re 80 or 100), and 250,000 young green turtles (specifically, age six and under.). This is partly credited to the turtles being protected on the Endangered Species list for 25 years.
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