This National Geographic video says about itself:
Sea turtles have thick skin that man-o-war tentacles cannot penetrate. This allows them to attack one of the most poisonous animals in the ocean!
From Radio Australia:
Record turtle hatchlings excite scientists
Updated Mon May 11, 2009 12:16pm AEST
Conservationists in Solomon Islands are celebrating the hatching of a record number of endangered turtles on the uninhabited Tetepare Island in the Western Province. The Tetepare Descendants’ Association says more than a thousand critically endangered leatherback turtles and endangered green turtles have hatched this season.
Two local rangers spent six months watching over the beach, moving nests and protecting baby turtles from harm. Anthony Plummer is an advisor to the Tetepare Descendants’ Association. Standing knee deep in a lagoon on Tetepare Island, he told Radio Australia by sat phone about the importance of the ecosystem around him.
Presenter: Liam Cochrane
Speaker: Anthony Plummer, an advisor to the Tetepare Descendants’ Association
Listen: Windows Media
Leatherback turtles in West Africa: here.