As far as we know, there are currently seven species of sea turtle. The list includes loggerhead, leatherback, green turtle, hawksbill, Kemp’s ridley, olive ridley, and flat back. The last two are the only ones that are not listed as endangered.
Loggerhead sea turtle
It is argued how many species of sea turtles exsist, but there are definitely six. These six consist of Green, Loggerhead, Hawaksbill, Leatherback, Olive Ridley, and Kemp’s Ridley. Flatback turtles, which are found only in Australia, are usally considered a seperate species, therefore making seven total, however that is debated. As far as the Black turtle goes, many consider them to be a subspecies of the Green turle.
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