Sea Turtles are cold-blooded vertebrate reptiles. Every couple of hours they come up to the surface of the water to breath. At night mother's bury their eggs in the sand. Their predators are humans and sharks. Sea Turtles inhabit every ocean except the Arctic Ocean. They eat sea grasses, algae, crabs, jelly fish, and sponges. Sea Turtles protect themselves when enemies draw near by hiding in their shells. Incubation takes about 2 months. Today Sea Turtles are endangered . To help them continue to thrive as a species never litter or pollute the ocean so they will live for many years to come.