"These baby turtles will return in 35 years to lay their eggs on this same beach. That sounds like an Intelligent Design to me." Of course the vast majority will also die from predation with their soft shells and small bodies. Not so intelligent a design.
Zookeepers say they don't know the calf's official weight just yet — "we are giving it time to bond with its family," a spokesperson said. The zoo estimates the calf weighs approximately 100 pounds and stands between 5 and 6 feet tall.