This species, native to the waters around the Baja California peninsula, is one of the many wonders of marine fauna. Its intricate carapace and vibrant colors develop over time, making each individual unique.
The Todos Santos Turtle, as time passes, goes through various growth stages, from its initial state of fragility to becoming a giant of the oceans. Just hatched from eggs buried in the sand of local beaches, they face a tumultuous race towards the sea. A critical moment for their survival, as they are easy prey for terrestrial predators during this frantic escape.
About the author: Giovanni Simeone
Born in 1968, Giovanni Simeone studied photography in Milan. In the early 1990s, he worked in Germany for a photographic agency and traveled for almost three years around the world before moving to Paris as the exclusive photographer for Le Figaro Magazine. After this experience, he started his photographic agency, Simephoto.