What Is a Group of Sea Turtles Called?

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Generally a sea turtle will live a solitary life, only grouping near other turtles during mating season. For those who collect turtles as pets, groups of turtles may be referred to as a herd, turtle bale, or turtle flotilla.
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A group of turtles is called a bale.
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Although people who keep pet turtles tend to use the collective term "herd" to refer to a group of turtles, the classic collective term is a "bale of turtles."
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A group of sea turtles is called Bale. Turtles are reptiles that have a bony shell that acts as a shield. They are said to have exceptionally good night vision because of the large number of rod cells found in their retinas.
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