The sex ratios of sea turtles, such as this hawksbill, may shift as the oceans warm. A turtle hatchling's sex is determined by the temperature at which the eggs develop in the nest, with higher temperatures favouring the production of females. (Photo by: David Doubilet, National Geographic Creative)

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