National Geographic : 1930 Sep
Photograph by William Jackson RACING TO THE SEA Sea turtles are seldom seen out of the water in the daytime. They steal ashore at night to lay eggs (seepage 365). This beach isturtle-strewn be cause the creatures were captured and rendered helpless by turning them on their backs. In the morning they were released, and, inmaking for the sea, provided the cameraman with an excellent shot.