How Do Turtles Reproduce?

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During reproduction, a male turtle wipes its secretion close to or directly onto the female's burrow, leading to fertilization. This in-turn leads to laying of the egg that will hatch to young ones.
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Turtles reproduce by the female laying eggs, then the male comes along and fertilizes them. The males know where they are by the sounds that the turtles make. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4731092_a-turtle-reproduce.html
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