Sea Turtles In San Francisco: Endangered Leatherbacks Return To The Bay (PHOTOS)
Recent sightings of the rare Pacific Leatherback sea turtle has Bay Area marine biologists in an uproar.
The endangered species has been spotted in the waters around Monterey, Moss Landing and Half Moon Bay.
The sea turtles have been feasting on a bloom of jelly fish, their main source of food, through the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
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These massive reptiles have made the journey to Bay Area waters all the way from Indonesia. The Leatherbacks traveled around 6,000 miles to feed off the Northern California coast after nesting in south east Asia...