Experts have ruled out several potential causes, as 282 turtles washed up in just three months, which is twice the average number seen from 2012 to 2021.
Officers said the turtles were found in the hotel pool, the bushes and a storm drain.
A turtle stunned wildlife experts when she laid an astonishing 131 eggs in a single clutch on a beach in Valencia.
"These are opportunities to learn what we can do to better protect whales, we don't have many opportunities to see and learn about orcas off the Oregon coast."
"This has never happened in modern times," Dr. Pamela Plotkin, a sea turtle biologist, said after Kemp's ridley sea turtle eggs were found on a Texas beach.
Dozens of green sea turtles have an unknown disease that causes lesions and open wounds on their shells and flippers.
Republican U.S. Senator Steve Daines of Montana compared human women to sea turtles while arguing against a bill to codify Roe v. Wade on Tuesday.
The Oceanogràfic València aquarium staff tried to heal the leatherback, which endured substantial injuries.
Over 10,000 sea turtles along the Texas coast have been recovered in the past two winters alone, with thousands dying due to "cold stunning" or hypothermia.
"This turtle was released into the ocean after it was found at the bottom of the hatched nest during an excavation," said Cape Hatteras National Seashore officials.
Its genetic mutation means it does not have a good chance of survival, said marine researchers in a Facebook post.
Green turtles are one of five species of sea turtle that can be found in Florida, each of which is either endangered or threatened.
A park ranger said the turtle had tried to nest on the same beach earlier in the day but was unsuccessful because there were too many people around.
A sea turtle patrol group found one nest enclosure on Pensacola Beach destroyed, while another appeared to have been dug at.
The potentially fatal condition happens when the animals become so cold they cannot move.
The absence of beachgoers offers turtles the chance to hatch without disturbance, while a lack of activity in the water enables adult turtles to mate closer to the shoreline.
Plastic covered in algae and micro-organisms could be releasing a smell that encourages sea turtles to mistake it for food.
The turtle called "Splinter" was found off the Key Largo coast with a 3-foot spear in her neck, tangled in a buoy rope and in distress.
Sea turtles are among the oldest creatures on the planet. However, they are facing significant threats from human activities.
The dead sea turtles are considered endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as by Mexican officials.
Sea turtles are more like us than we thought.
If their status changes, protections for the leatherbacks could be reduced.
A loggerhead turtle in the Pacific almost died after getting caught in $53 million of cocaine.
At least 1,000 turtles die every year from plastic in the ocean.
Dozens of species in the reserve cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
The exact cause is still a mystery, though a prime suspect has been named.
Sea turtle populations seem to be on the rebound after decades of work.