How do Turtles Lay Eggs?

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They dig a hole in the dirt or sand and lay their eggs in hole and then cover them up. They hatch on their own from the sun beating down on the earth.
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it lays its eggs in the sand on a beach or near water and leaves the eggs there when they hatch they got directly the the water.
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