When you’re in the Caribbean, you probably never thought of buying a vacation package.
But if you’re a family of five or more, you may be in for a surprise.
According to the National Council of Tourism of Israel, the number of turtles in the region has increased dramatically since 2006.
According the report, the turtle population in the Gulf of Mexico is now over 100,000, and it’s only projected to grow by about 2,000 to 3,000 by 2025.
And while the number may be high, it is still a fraction of the population in some countries, including the U.S., France, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
To save your vacation, you should not buy a trip package that includes a pet turtle.
According a study done by the University of Georgia, buying a trip to the Caribbean is not a wise investment.
It shows the turtle has a low breeding rate and will have a low genetic diversity.
“We found that a lot of turtle salespeople are just selling turtles that are bred for tourism,” said Dan Sperber, professor of entomology at Georgia State University.
He added that the average value of a trip is more than $600.
“It’s not just the cost of the trip, it’s the value of the animal.
And if you buy a turtle for $600, it will have an average breeding rate of less than 10 percent, compared to about 30 percent for other species of turtle,” said Sperberg.
The cost of a pet or a turtle can be higher in some parts of the world, such as Japan.In the U