Kemps Ridley Sea TurtleLepidochelys kempii
Facts About Kemps Ridley Sea TurtleOn average, females will come ashore every two years to lay their eggs
The males spend their entire lives at sea once they have hatched.
During the nesting season, females will lay one to four clutches of eggs with each clutch containing anywhere from 50 to 130 eggs.
Page Photo Credits Nesting Kemp's Ridley sea turtle / USFWS
Last Updated: Mar 06, 2013