Monday, August 19, 2013

In turtle season, resorts get in on the action

Each year, roughly from May through October, sea turtles visit the shores of Florida and Caribbean beaches to lay their eggs. The mother turtles can be seen laying scores of golf-ball-sized eggs in a hole they make and cover with sand. And when their tiny babies hatch several weeks later (incubation time varies with species, from 45 to 70 days, and occurs mostly in the summer), the babies can be spotted slowly making their way to the sea.
Here are some hotels that have features to appeal to turtle-loving families:

Source: Here

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