The ancient cosmologers were right and Galileo was wrong: This turtle's got the whole freaking world on its back.
Freshwater turtles hibernate underwater during the winter. But how do they survive in ice-covered ponds when they can’t surface to take a breath?
An extraordinarily well-preserved fossil of a young sea turtle that lived 54 million years ago contains molecules of dark pigments that would have protected the animal from the sun.
Scientists are using vibrators to coax reluctant male turtles into, um, revealing themselves.
Dr. Frankenstein, eat your heart out: Scientists have grown the pebbly green skin of sea turtles in the lab for the first time ever.
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