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Turtle's egg-laying
In southern Honduras, near the Gulf of Fonseca, turtles lay their eggs in the marshes wet grasses. Spawning rate and the number of eggs per spawn vary from one species to another. The tortoise lays eggs one to two months after mating. After a two-month incubation period, the turtle baby pierces a hole to breathe in the shell and stays inside for another ten hours before exiting.
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