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Sea Turtles

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Sea Turtles DXF file and SVG cut ready for CNC machines and designed to be cut for plasma, laser, and water jet cutters and can be scaled to any size to fit your design needs.

It is the magic element of your garden and home decor. These are good clean dxf files, No surprises with extra cuts or too many nodes leaving you with a rough cut. These will cut clean. 

Available Formats: DXF and SVG files.

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Resizable DXF files:
These dxf designs can be scaled down to be smaller, but this is limited according to your machine type and your cutting beam width. All our designs are designed considering the minimum cutting beam width is 0.0625" (1.6 mm). If you need help or you facing problems to scale the dxf files feel free to contact us and leave your comment, we are glad to help you.
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All our files will be accessible for downloading once you finish the payment. Only the custom design requests or the custom changes will be delivered after finishing the requesting design.

Abstract:
Sea Turtles or marine turtles spend the bulk of their lives in the ocean. They're really ancient. The oldest known sea turtle fossil is at least 120 million years old, making sea turtles some of the oldest creatures on the planet. Sea turtles can be found all around the world, from the cold waters off California to the warm beaches of the Coral Triangle. Males never leave the ocean, while females will come ashore to lay their eggs on sandy beaches during the nesting season. Sea turtles are not aggressive unless they are in danger. However, becoming too close to them increases the risk of getting a painful bite. Recent estimates show us that there are nearly 6.5 million sea turtles left in the wild.


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