Sea turtles are big, up to about 340 lbs (867kg). Unlike its land based relatives, the sea turtle can not pull its head into its shell. Their flippers enable them to gracefully fly through the water, whereas land turtles paddle with feet. Some can dive to 3,900 feet (1,190 m) and others can remain submerged for up to five hours. Sea turtles have been around for about 200 million years. Some sea turtles require 20 to 50 years to mature. Generally, once every two to three years, they lay up to 100 eggs in about seven nests in ten to fifteen day intervals. About ninety percent of the eggs and hatchlings are lost to predators.

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We chose the sea turtle to represent the design side of Analysis N' Design. A lot of hard work and responsibility go in to providing databases for your business. Like the sea turtle, we keep our head outside the shell, focused on finding the proper implementation for the defined business data requirements. Although many strategies and methods of implementation are processed, only a small percentage will actually survive. Each software version builds upon the generations of the past. With strength and agility, we seek to dive in to the depths of technology to find what is good for you. Sometimes, even small difficulties can result in big troubles for your company. We can help you get through them.

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