Hawksbill sea turtle swimming towards the camera
  Sea turtles, such as this hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata), are air breathers and must come up to the surface to breathe. They are capable of holding their breath for hours depending on their activity level. When resting or sleeping they can hold their breath for as long as 4-7 hours.  

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