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Green Turtle on Black Sand Beach
Green Turtles are an endangered species because of overharvesting — although they are starting to make a comeback in Hawai`i. The "green" in its name is due to the greenish coloration of its fat and flesh. After a busy day munching on seaweed, they will occasionally climb onto the beach to rest. This one chose to do so on the black sand beach at Punalu`u, pausing long enough for me to take its portrait.
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