A number of social media pioneers interested in diving and marine sports circulated a video of two turtles dancing at a small depth near the surface of the sea on the coasts of Marsa Alam city. Before or record camera lenses.
Dr. Mahmoud Hanafy, the environmental advisor for the Environmental Conservation Society (HIPCA), said that the turtles that were spotted in the video are endangered and live in different parts of the world.
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Hanafy added that there are seven species of sea turtles, including five species that live in the Red and Mediterranean Seas: green turtles, hawksbill turtles, loggerhead turtles, olive turtles and leatherback turtles. The northern islands, as for the remaining three species, they do not lay eggs in the Red Sea, and turtles live a long life, and there are known cases of some turtles that lived for 100 years, and there are indications for some members of turtles that lived 200 years, and it can be said that the length of life varies from one species to another, depending on the species as Sea turtles reach sexual maturity when they are 25 to 50 years old, and hawksbill turtles do not differ much from green turtles.
For his part, the environmental researcher Ahmed Ghallab, director of the Red Sea Reserves, said that sea turtles enjoy the interest and passion of all the pioneers of diving in the Red Sea, especially tourists, and it is an important means of tourism promotion, as it appears largely in the south of the Red Sea on the coasts of Marsa Alam and from the places where they appear and are known to be there. Abu Dabbab, Wadi El-Gamal, Hamata and Satayeh.
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