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Turtle Reef or Turtle Rocks is the place to go to see turtles and a wreck named the Thiorva.
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Turtle Reef or Turtle Rocks is one of the most northern reefs of Key Largo at the edge of the Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary and Biscayne National Park. This reef a few miles west of Grayvik has become a prime attraction because of the hundreds of turtles that live there. Hawksbill turtles, green turtles and loggerhead turtles are all very normal here. Others say it got its name because of the coral heads that resemble turtles. Other sights may include a nurse shark sheltering under small archways and inside tiny caves, some eagle rays and moray eels.
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