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Turtles like all marine reptiles need to come up for air in order to survive, so to be able to rest for the night. They slip in to a deep meditative sleep, slowing their heart rate to just 1 beat every 9 minutes. This means suddenly coming awake from light disturbance can be deadly, they would go into shock, and might not reach the surface in order to take a breath. So please be responsible when night diving on your Advanced Course around Koh Tao's sleeping Turtles.


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