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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Answer A group of turtles is called a bale.
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Raccoons and other predators wait near eggs and eat baby sea turtles as they hatch. Young sea turtles are born on land and head for the sea as soon as they hatch. This period is the
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A group of turtles is called either a Bale, Nest, Turn, or Dole. There are many
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The group name for turtles of any kind is a "bale" Don't ask why.
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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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