Family Comes Across Tiny Sea Turtle Eggs, See What Happens When They Hatch! | The Dodo

Teeny-tiny sea turtles finally waddle home to the ocean - and their mom is there waiting 💗

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  • The video doesn't make it clear enough that the eggs were being taken and sold by poachers. As a heads up to people watching this, the video takes place in Nicaragua where the protection of sea turtles isn't the highest priority. Thus the person/people in the video had to buy the eggs from the poacher to prevent the eggs being sold.

    Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
  • Why does it conveniently look like the Turtle is pooping

    Alma AlampayanAlma Alampayan7 dagar sedan
  • Thank you for helping keep the turtle population alive by helping a mom’s eggs hatch

    RR Ark AngelRR Ark Angel12 dagar sedan
  • these tiny lil beans are adorable and no one should hurt them ONE SINGLE BIT.

    RussRuss14 dagar sedan
  • The mom must be heart broken that 20 to 30 eggs are gone :c

    Avaneesh LotlikarAvaneesh Lotlikar14 dagar sedan
  • 1. Not yours to take 2. You don't OWN them. 3. You could have covered the mother turtle tracks and the poachers could not have seen where the eggs were............... stupid humans.

    Macon RichardsonMacon Richardson15 dagar sedan
    • They didn't say the owned them. The poachers claimed ownership of them. I'd like to see you do better.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
    • 1. If they hadn’t the poacher or other poachers would’ve stolen them 2. They don’t, they just sheltered them til they hatched 3. They weren’t there first, otherwise they wouldn’t have needed to buy the eggs from the poacher and if they hid the mother’s tracks it wouldn’t have stopped the poachers from trying to find her eggs and the family can’t guard the eggs 24/7 Smh

      A FarA Far14 dagar sedan
  • Its crazy how the turtles know to go in the water an which direction it is instinctively as son as they hatch 😆 i love turtles 🐢🐢🐢

    Joe BlowJoe Blow18 dagar sedan
  • Omg i LOVE turtles 🐢🐢🐢🐢

    Cynthia AthouristeCynthia Athouriste20 dagar sedan
  • Saves over a hundred turtles, “cool we got to save *a few*”

    Neumo500Neumo50020 dagar sedan
    • She had to buy the eggs so getting a hundred would be pretty expensive

      Quartz SkullQuartz Skull14 dagar sedan
  • I’m surprised turtles don’t feel threatened and leave instead of laying the eggs. Like we’re disrupting them

    Sam SSam S20 dagar sedan
  • Great job 👍️👍️👍️😀😀😁

    Whats In The NameWhats In The Name21 dag sedan
  • This is Not Okay to steal poor animals eggs and take them from their natural environment just because u think its gonna be cool to have them

    Mariam TopadzeMariam Topadze22 dagar sedan
    • She didn't take them to be cool. Watch it again and pay more attention. The video is taken in Nicaragua, where poachers steal turtle eggs to be sold. The person/people in the video bought the eggs from a poacher to allow them to hatch safely.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
    • Watch the video dinkus she didn't keep them she just wanted to see them hatch

      Quartz SkullQuartz Skull14 dagar sedan
  • This specific circle of life is literally over a hundred million years old. And then we humans appear and some say "we own them". Its unbelievable....

    Molle TreMolle Tre22 dagar sedan
  • So few baby sea turtles survive, it was nice of this family to give these turtles a chance.

    Sarah ESarah E22 dagar sedan
  • Uh...isn't that kidnapping?

    The Random FilesThe Random Files22 dagar sedan
  • LEAVE THEM ALONE!!!

    Robot MunkeeRobot Munkee23 dagar sedan
  • LEAVE TURTLES ALONE!!! YOU DO NOT OWN ANY OF THEM YOU ASSHOLES!!!

    Robot MunkeeRobot Munkee23 dagar sedan
  • In the U.S. that’s called video evidence case subject matter 1.

    Battle Husky83Battle Husky8323 dagar sedan
    • @Benance Sart yup that’s why I said in the U.S.

      Battle Husky83Battle Husky8316 timmar sedan
    • This isn't the U.S.

      Benance SartBenance Sart19 timmar sedan
  • I don’t know where this is at, I would have tried to get that guy’s plates and turned him into the authorities...

    Susan SusanSusan Susan23 dagar sedan
  • Even if there is a good reason to take them with you! To let them out in daytime - dangerous for a lot of reasons for them. Having them in the hands without gloves also a no go. Blending the mother with flash light for creating this video with the eggs - absolutely unnecessary will stress her and can even effect her too. Absolutely not good stuff to watch for every person that really wants to save sea turtles... please inform yourself better before creating those kind of content as a good example for helping turtles!

    D. CattivakatD. Cattivakat23 dagar sedan
  • Then came Logan Paul and his brother and ran them all over in their buggies

    Moe UsmanMoe Usman23 dagar sedan
  • Few years later.. one becomes Master Oogway 💗💕

    H TH T23 dagar sedan
  • why would you take the eggs!

    dekl9310 dekl9310dekl9310 dekl931024 dagar sedan
    • So poachers wouldn’t try to dig it up. It’s an open beach, people would see where you hid the eggs and share information and eventually share it with someone looking to get money

      A FarA Far14 dagar sedan
  • Are those Leather Back Sea turtles? Cuz if they are they grow to be very big.

    Rylee CrowellRylee Crowell24 dagar sedan
  • bunch of thieves

    I HATE DOGSI HATE DOGS24 dagar sedan
  • It comes from a privileged position when people have the time and money to engage in conservation. Often individuals with financial stressors beyond the middle and upper classes' comprehension turn to these activities in order to keep families alive. It is important to save these animals and also important to know that moral condemnation of poachers fails to account for all of the factors that have produced their circumstances.

    maximtitanmaximtitan24 dagar sedan
  • Why wouldn't you just leave the poor turtles alone they manage just fine without human involvement. Edit: just seen a comment saying the turtle eggs get poached where they live so thanks for saving all those little ones 1❤

    Funkyfeline13 2Funkyfeline13 224 dagar sedan
  • Ok I cried there's a special place in heaven for you

    roxypierceroxypierce24 dagar sedan
  • Not your right and job to hatch those eggs. Hope you will leave mama turtle and her eggs alone!!

    kikikiki24 dagar sedan
    • They would’ve been eaten or sold as exotic pets if they hadn’t protected them...

      A FarA Far14 dagar sedan
  • How come the ninja turtles aren't around to kick those poachers' asses? They need a good whooping for stealing all those eggs to sell them. Bastards.

    Roma12Roma1224 dagar sedan
  • OK, Look !!! I don't care what you freakin' tradition is !!! LEAVE THE DAMN TURTLE EGGS ALONE !!! If you want to help out, wait until they hatch on the beach (the way nature intended) and then help them into the water so the birds and raccoons, etc. will not kill them !!! Just leave the turtles and the turtle eggs alone !!

    John HinzmanJohn Hinzman24 dagar sedan
    • Watch the video and pay more attention. The tradition is to poach the eggs, which the person/people in the video circumvented by buying them from the poacher and allowing them to hatch somewhere safe as they would have been taken should they be left on the beach.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
    • She saved them from poachers

      Quartz SkullQuartz Skull14 dagar sedan
  • What a lovely way of protecting turtles for turtles hunters. These small turtles live and so many generations of them will come to this earth because of you . You did the great job.

    naya shamsnaya shams24 dagar sedan
  • They are so cute

    Lainee PlaysLainee Plays24 dagar sedan
  • Lets interfere with nature.

    Knack WurstKnack Wurst24 dagar sedan
  • Perhaps with enough people speaking out to their government things will change. I know that here in Florida we can’t even turn lights on at night along the shore. That way the hatchlings only see the moon on the water and scurry down to the ocean instead of the hotels. The nests also have stakes around them so that people don’t accidentally step on the nests. I truly hope that someday all turtles will be protected.

    Dawn OldhamDawn Oldham25 dagar sedan
  • 🥰🌈🙏🏻🌟💖🌹

    Hiromi Reyes MartinezHiromi Reyes Martinez25 dagar sedan
  • From what I understand, if they hadn’t have bought them and picked them up the eggs most likely would’ve been scooped up by poachers for food or illegal pets. I wish the dodo video would’ve covered that a little more blatantly because I definitely spent the whole video thinking “don’t move them!”

    Rachael ReedRachael Reed26 dagar sedan
  • They got scammed on the turtle eggs. They could have just taken them.

    NewManNewMan26 dagar sedan
  • WTFH? The sea creatures should be left alone... (read through the comments, I see what some have said or learned about this...)

    Bruce SimmonsBruce Simmons26 dagar sedan
  • Lol that is more than a few 🐢. Well done

    Chereen RobbertseChereen Robbertse26 dagar sedan
  • Thank you so much!

    ÆonFluxCapacitorÆonFluxCapacitor26 dagar sedan
  • Good for you. Thank you for caring 💕

    Linda FunicelloLinda Funicello26 dagar sedan
  • 2:21 Damn I'm so sad 🗿

    Gema TamvanGema Tamvan26 dagar sedan
  • That's really sweet you guys

    Eliana EsaeteEliana Esaete26 dagar sedan
  • This whole thing is kindof sad. They should have just left them alone.

    Jenn NageliJenn Nageli26 dagar sedan
    • If they left them alone the poacher would have taken and sold them. Watch the video and pay attention as it notes that the girl bought the eggs from a poacher who was planning to sell the eggs. By buying the eggs back they allowed them to hatch.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
  • Because what if they had died.

    cynthia gravescynthia graves26 dagar sedan
  • Felony in Texas. Your film is going to get you trouble.

    cynthia gravescynthia graves26 dagar sedan
    • They don’t live in Texas😒 they would’ve died if it wasn’t for them by either getting eaten or sold as exotic pets by people who don’t know any better and forbid them from going to their natural habitat

      A FarA Far14 dagar sedan
  • That not right taking them from their mom

    Zenner ScottZenner Scott26 dagar sedan
  • Made me smile so bright!!

    WestWard Pomona GyrlWestWard Pomona Gyrl26 dagar sedan
  • They saved them!!!

    WestWard Pomona GyrlWestWard Pomona Gyrl26 dagar sedan
  • Humanity is horrible..the fact people are stealing the eggs of turtles, who are going extinct and need every baby they can get in the wild, for food or “pets” is absolutely sickening!!

    Tester Wulf :3Tester Wulf :326 dagar sedan
  • I know these people were trying to do the right thing, but turtle sex is determined by their temperature why incubating so this is NOT a good way to raise them. It's better than letting them be eaten, but only barely. They did the best they could, but the better thing to do would be to use the internet fame from this to raise money to hire someone to guard the beach next season.

    harveythepookaharveythepooka26 dagar sedan
  • SAVE THE TURTLES!

    Maria Fernanda SanchezMaria Fernanda Sanchez26 dagar sedan
  • I really ❤️ this story!

    TejahTejah26 dagar sedan
  • Awwwwwwww they are soooooo cuutteeeeee 😍😍🥰🥰🥰🥰

    TOIN VIDEOZTOIN VIDEOZ26 dagar sedan
  • This makes me absolutely FURIOUS

    Chris PrescottChris Prescott26 dagar sedan
  • This is honestly so sad

    Moon LightMoon Light26 dagar sedan
  • Amazing

    Katey HendersonKatey Henderson26 dagar sedan
  • Nicarawa

    Funny CommentsFunny Comments26 dagar sedan
  • Happy Birthday guys!!💝🥰

    Tina McLaughlinTina McLaughlin26 dagar sedan
  • Thank you for saving them. It is an amazing sight to see the little turtles makes their way to the sea.

    Olaf B.Olaf B.27 dagar sedan
  • Yeah... This is in Nicaragua 🇳🇮 it's on the video also and like she stated the guys that hunt the eggs are poachers she had to buy the eggs 🥚 from him to safe them... In would say all coastal states and it's territory this is very, very illegal... Look what happend to Jake Paul...

    TheDreamfaery1TheDreamfaery127 dagar sedan
  • It’s unbelievable that the guy who named the turtle, (because he saw it first) felt like it was ok to sell them. But I’m very happy this family helped them grow and hatch, and then. What an awesome experience that they will never forget. 🐢❤️

    Julie KlimkoJulie Klimko27 dagar sedan
  • Shoutout to Turtle Mom and all the baby turtles.

    Slime-Boy_OwOSlime-Boy_OwO27 dagar sedan
  • Luckily it was Jake and Logan Paul who found the turtles. They’d have run them over.

    Fukai KokoroFukai Kokoro27 dagar sedan
  • Humans suck

    sweetboo1022sweetboo102227 dagar sedan
  • ❤️

    E SE S27 dagar sedan
  • Why are you posting this video Dodo??!!? This isn't okay. It doesn't matter that they released them back into the sea. AM I THE ONLY PERSON THAT THINKS THIS IS WRONG?!!!?

    dani brooksdani brooks27 dagar sedan
    • Pay more attention. A poacher was already planning to take and sell the eggs. The person/people in the video bought the eggs from the poacher to allow them to hatch safely. The video doesn't elaborate much on this sadly so you have to be paying enough attention to fully understand what happened.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
    • You’d rather have no turtles released to the sea at all? Sea Turtles are endangered enough as it is, they should have all the help they can get necessarily especially since their country has a glorified culture of poachers who sell their eggs. Even if they bought the eggs and decided to leave the eggs in the beach, poachers would still try to find them and steal them, they made best choice in the end.

      A FarA Far14 dagar sedan
  • Excuse me ma'am, I'm here to burgle your turts

    NautilusBitchicusNautilusBitchicus27 dagar sedan
  • I wish people could just leave them in their natural habitat and let nature take it's course. Humans need to stop trying to put there hands on everything. It's sad.

    Kodi BritoKodi Brito27 dagar sedan
  • Comments are split but there is two sides to the story here. Leave the turtle eggs where they were laid and let nature take it's course or give a helping hand and prevent poachers from taking them. I would have said let nature take it's course, but in today's world and undesirable humans, every chance these babies get can only be good.

    wright9342wright934227 dagar sedan
    • Leave them there to be taken and sold or take them and at least give them a chance to live.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
  • Bless the beasts and the children and the people who save them. Damn the poachers and the people who profit from it!!!

    Larry TalbotLarry Talbot27 dagar sedan
  • Seriously! Thank you for saving them!

    KateKate27 dagar sedan
  • Good job. Thanks for helping these turtles to hatch a release back to the sea.

    suzi perretsuzi perret27 dagar sedan
  • Good job!

    David WierDavid Wier27 dagar sedan
  • The fact that people claim ownership of a wild animal because " ooh, I saw it first" disgusts me to no end.

    AJAJ27 dagar sedan
  • They’re so little and cute. 🤍🐢

    TerahTerah28 dagar sedan
  • Cuties.

    Lavoris RobinsonLavoris Robinson28 dagar sedan
  • We should all care and love our innocent animals

    daban yaseendaban yaseen28 dagar sedan
  • Why not just put them close to the water so they can get right in? what's the point of putting them so far from the water???🤔

    Gabriel HeartGabriel Heart28 dagar sedan
    • Because...the just hatched babies NEED that first survival instinct to run to the water as quick as possible. Or they won't survive. The hatchlings, instinctively know that they are in extreme danger exposed, and that the water provides more protection. Because Seagulls and other predators wait for the eggs to hatch then snatch them before the reach the water. People will often watch the eggs till they hatch, and then protect them from birds, with umbrellas while they make that instinctive run to the water. But..if they were to pick the babies up and place them in the water right away, the turtles chances of survival is very very low. Because there is additional danger for turtles in the water, and when they crawl back out from time to time as they get older. They will not have the survival instinct to evade a predator later, if that FIRST survival run for the water instinct is taken away at birth. I learned this year's ago watching a nature show about turtles. Also I think you can just Google your question and you find that info.

      Becca FawnBecca Fawn25 dagar sedan
    • When they leave to go home, different people can find the eggs before they hatch and just take them away. By the time they get back it'll be gone, or they have to pay again. If you mean when they put them on the sand and waited for the turtles to go, well, I don't really know either

      A Random Internet UserA Random Internet User28 dagar sedan
  • Great work .

    Ayush BhindeAyush Bhinde28 dagar sedan
  • It is easy to judge folks who sell eggs...they won't do it if they have another decent livelihood

    Learn in 15 MinutesLearn in 15 Minutes28 dagar sedan
    • Doesn't make it okay. Not Having a decent livelihood, doesn't make doing some wrong okay.

      Becca FawnBecca Fawn25 dagar sedan
  • Great job guys! That's very noble of you. My only question is, why the hatchlings were released so far away and not at the very edge of water...

    Mukund PhanasalkarMukund Phanasalkar28 dagar sedan
  • Nowadays it's good to raise the turtles, to let them harden a bit before the wild. Because of humans there are far more obstacles. I just wish she took them to a little cove somewhere, not the beach. Apparently turtle egg hunting is huge down there. According to the people who do it, they leave enough for the population to be okay. But that's what everyone with an interest says everywhere. So at least she saved a few.

    Michael RobertsMichael Roberts28 dagar sedan
  • Nicaragua always demostrating they still live in the stone age, quite sad honestly considering Costa Rica is in the south. Glad this guys aren't one of the many cavemans living there.

    Ithilween ShadowsongIthilween Shadowsong28 dagar sedan
    • I know right? At least ones have brains.

      Tester Wulf :3Tester Wulf :326 dagar sedan
  • So cute 🥰

    Squirrel TVSquirrel TV28 dagar sedan
  • To all the people on their high horse about the poachers, your own consumption of seafood, including the absurd number of cats and dogs kept alive at the expense of wildlife, is the biggest threat to global sea turtles everywhere. Clean up your own backyard.

    Gertrude westGertrude west28 dagar sedan
    • @Becca Fawn Dogs and cats (mostly cats) kill billions of local wildlife each year.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
    • I beg your pardon..."cats and dogs kept alive at the expense of wildlife" ???? WTAH.

      Becca FawnBecca Fawn25 dagar sedan
  • Is this legal?? Get away from them!!

    123 Lodge123 Lodge28 dagar sedan
    • It's in Nicaragua. Poachers often steal the eggs to sell. The person/people in the video bought the eggs from a poacher to allow them a chance to hatch.

      Benance SartBenance Sart19 timmar sedan
  • You folks bring tears to my eyes. Can we please clone a few billion of you?

    Gertrude westGertrude west28 dagar sedan
  • i know that some people disliked this video because these people took sea turtle eggs but who would not

    nicole woolridgenicole woolridge28 dagar sedan
    • They bought them off a poacher. If they'd killed the poacher and left his crucified body up as a warning to others, that's the only thing thry could've done better

      Muller PotgieterMuller Potgieter27 dagar sedan
  • Thank you.

    Deborah NorthoverDeborah Northover28 dagar sedan
  • How is this legal?

    LL28 dagar sedan
    • As the other reply has already said, poachers in Nicaragua steal the eggs to sell them. The person in the video bought the eggs from a poacher to allow them to hatch safely.

      Benance SartBenance Sart18 timmar sedan
    • It’s ilegal to own sea turtles now that they are in Danger because of extinction,So I think this woman in Nicaragua is helping them go back to the ocean because of the turtle hunter

      StrawberryShakeStrawberryShake28 dagar sedan
  • When you realise the turtle saw it first.. ._.

    HETRIXHETRIX28 dagar sedan
  • What country is this? It's illegal to do seal turtle eggs in parts of America.

    Joey X SmithJoey X Smith28 dagar sedan
    • From what I heard, it's in Nicaragua or something

      A Random Internet UserA Random Internet User28 dagar sedan
  • You go turtle be free !!!

    Bill ClementBill Clement28 dagar sedan
  • They're just as adorable as she is would crazy to consistently see dis respect their journey gangsta no cap lol stay safe RIP Paul Mooney God bless BLM stop Asian hate checkout The Main Squeeze 🙏

    Tyrone FryeTyrone Frye28 dagar sedan
  • Well, Florida is not exactly known for its "honest and kind" people. But the sentence, "whoever saw it first was the owner" was so matching to what US as a nation is.

    Mr. ForWardMr. ForWard28 dagar sedan
  • *So much wrong with this whole video!* She says, they "bought" the eggs? Isn't buying wild animals illegal? She says whoever sees the turtle first owns it. Who said one can own a wild animal by just seeing it? She says she is happy she got to save a "few". Why didn't she leave the eggs alone, as the turtle knew how best to burry the eggs for 100% survival rate. The eggs that were along the sides of the bucket probably died due to low temperatures in the night and high temps in the day! *IDIOTS!!!*

    MozMoz28 dagar sedan
    • Because SHE BOUGHT them because the turtle hunters of course take their shells and make jewelry and the woman had no other way to save them and had to buy them she like I said she didn’t leave the eggs because the person with flashlight was looking for them to use them as jewelry

      StrawberryShakeStrawberryShake28 dagar sedan
    • Because of the poacher. Like the woman said, "all my life this has been the culture". She hates it, but it's freaking Nicaragua, not Palm Beach. Do you get that? Poachers know when turtle egg season is. They prowl the beaches with a flashlight, and if they see a turtle, that's "their" turtle. Yes, it's bullshit. The man may have been armed, we don't know, but he is only poaching to make money. They offered money & he sold "his" eggs. She explained in the video if they had "just left them alone" or reburied them at the beach, another poacher would have taken them. Do you get THAT? "So much wrong with this whole video!" What's wrong with your comment about the video is your refusal to listen to what was said IN the video.

      Devo DavisDevo Davis28 dagar sedan
  • I wish TGRI would leave the turtles alone.

    Dr Johnny Sins Sponsered by BrazzersDr Johnny Sins Sponsered by Brazzers28 dagar sedan
  • So beautiful and heartwarming!

    JRobert111111JRobert11111128 dagar sedan