Two tiny turtles, among the rarest species in the world, have suddenly appeared in a tank at a sea life centre in England.
Staff at Birmingham Sea Life Centre had no idea one of their Roti Island snake-necked turtles had laid eggs. So seeing the small turtles came as a big surprise.
The one-week-old turtles are now receiving special care and are being fed a diet of bloodworm and shrimp.
They will go on display to the public next week.
The species is one of the rarest in the world with only 250 living in the world today.
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