Sea Turtle original oil painting is painted with a palette knife and a brush and is 100% handmade.
Sea turtles usually lay around 100 eggs at a time, but on average only one of the eggs from the nest will survive to adulthood. Raccoons, foxes, and seabirds may raid nests or hatchlings may be eaten within minutes as they make their initial run for the ocean.
Another danger to sea turtles comes from marine debris, especially plastics, which may be mistaken for jellyfish.
Many parts of the world have long considered sea turtles to be fine dining. Coastal peoples still gather sea turtle eggs for consumption. Therefore, their population decreased.
The good news is hunting sea turtles is illegal in many countries so far.
All sides are painted. The signature is available on the front and back of the painting.