Warm marine waters. Frequently segrass beds, which by nature are in fairly shallow, sandy, inshore habitats. Often near wadi deltas (In the Red Sea), where the fringing reef is broken and suitable sandy substrate in shallow waters is available. Generally, the availability of suitable seagrass beds is limited in the Egyption Red Sea, and apparently so in the Mediterranean as well, given the small number of records in Egyption territory. Nesting in the Red Sea has been recorded in the months of June and July. Sexual maturity reached between 12 and 50 years, depending on location and nutritional history.
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