The sex chromosomes have nothing to do with how green sea turtles develop into males or females. It’s the heat of the sand which incubates their eggs that determines the sex of a growing embryo. Which the unpredictable climatic change and the earth getting more warmer temperatures resulting in more females. This unique biological trait of these creatures is what that has endangered their future . With an increasing warmer world as rising temperatures are turning one of the world’s largest species to an extinct. Over the past two decades, temperatures at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef have raised to the level were the possibility of male turtle birth comes down.According to a few researchers, the increasing number of females is not the problem for sea turtle populations as it could, in fact, boost their reproductive potential. The actual trouble is associated with the fact that these turtles have not been able to adjust to the fast changing modern climate and produce more male for future generations.