I am definitely not a professional but I have donated quite a few fish images to Ross Robertson's Shorefishes of the Caribbean. If you can find a photo that is useful for your purposes on my Flickr site ( https://www.flickr.c...9071@N08/albums) then you can use it. Most of my turtle pictures are Hawksbill but I do have some loggerhead and green. This is what I suggest:
- Go to my flickr site and search for 'green turtle' and then 'loggerhead turtle'. If it only shows a few pictures then look just above the last picture for a link that says 'View all X'' and click it. Not all my pictures are labeled but when I did this I found 17 green turtle and 25 loggerhead turtle pictures. If you see one that looks useful, click on it and then scroll down and the folder name will define the location and month/year the picture was taken.
- I don't have any Leatherback pictures or in ocean Kemp's Ridley pictures.
- I do have a few pictures of a 34 year old Kemps Ridley male that I took through a window at Marineland. I never went to the trouble to edit these but could do so if you are interested or could try to take some better ones since I volunteer there 3-4 days/month. Unfortunately, they won't allow me to get in the tank. This particular individual was hatched in an incubator in Texas as part of the Head Start program attempting to 'save the Kemps Ridleys' in the late 70s through 80s. It was not released because it was born with a bone deformity in one front flipper but while it swims slowly, the deformity is not physically obvious.