Dermochelys coriacea

By: Victor R.

Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) are the most largest of all the turtles and also the most closest to their extinct family, the Protostegidae. They with their six endangered cousins are the closest representatives that we have to Cretaceous period but if we can't learn to help these endangered animals then we might as well stop fore we haven't helped them but we're killing them at a rather astonishing rate.

Dangers of PLASTIC!

Such materials are not only a hazard to the marine life environment but to us as well as when it does finally break-down, all those chemicals that were used in the 'birth' of that plastic will be sprung unto the air we breathe. So, in truth by helping these endangered animals live longer, so will we in the long run.
Endangered Leatherback Sea Turtles Threatened by Plastics
Remember, Only you and your actions can help us -as a whole- help prevent the extinction of the Leatherback Sea Turtle!