As the egg-laying age approaches, the female turtle emerges from the water. It is difficult to navigate the coast looking for a safe place. Using her legs, which are used as fins in the water, she digs the ground to make a nest. In a few hours, the turtle will lay 100 to 150 eggs. Completely exhausted, there is so much power left to overwhelm them.

After the eggs hatch, the turtle slowly returns to the sea. After a while, small turtles are born, which themselves have to cross a dangerous path to the sea where they can be killed by predators.