In a new study from the University of South Florida, Professor Deby Cassill reports that loggerhead sea turtles lay their eggs in more than one place to increase the likelihood that some of their young will survive. The investigation revealed that some females lay as many as six clutches up to six miles apart during the same breeding season. “Nesting females don’t lay all their eggs in one basket. Their reproductive strategy is like investing in a mutual fund. Females divide their resources among many stocks rather than investing everything in a single stock,” said Professor Cassill.

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