Discoveries Costa Rica: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles
Experience the magic of the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle
Watch in awe as thousands of turtles converge on Playa Ostional to lay their eggs
Learn about the threats facing these endangered creatures and how you can help
This stunning documentary is a must-see for anyone who loves nature
Order your copy today!
Discoveries Costa Rica: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles is a stunning documentary that takes you on an unforgettable journey into the world of these amazing creatures.
Filmed over two years in Costa Rica, the video follows the life cycle of the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle, from their hatching on the beach to their arduous trek from nest to the ocean.
Along the way, you'll witness the incredible mass nesting events known as arribadas, where thousands of turtles converge on Playa Ostional to lay their eggs.
You'll also learn about the threats facing these endangered creatures, such as poaching, habitat loss, and climate change.
- Mass nesting events
- Turtles emerging up thru the sand after hatching from their eggs
- Baby turtles racing to the sea
- The threats facing Olive Ridley Sea Turtles
- The work of conservationists to protect these creatures
Most importantly, you'll come away with a deeper appreciation for these amazing animals and the importance of protecting them.
Order your copy of Discoveries Costa Rica: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles today and experience the magic of these creatures for yourself! At: https://www.bennett-watt.com/collections/download/products/discoveries-costa-rica-olive-ridley-sea-turtles
Running Time …90 Minutes
HD34 REVIEW: The Midwest Book Review
Discoveries...Costa Rica: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles is an extraordinary, beautifully filmed video documentary about the life cycle of sea turtles in Costa Rica. Here is spectacularly captured footage of turtles digging nests, laying egg, hatching, emerging, and struggling to reach the sea before predators take their lives. As educational as it is entertaining, Discoveries... Costa Rica: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles is highly recommended for both school and public library DVD collections. 90 minutes.