One Eyed Turtle – Yamashita Turtle Sign Part 3 In part 2 of our discussion about Yamashita turtle signs; we have covered the topic on how to locate the digging spot of the hidden treasure deposit through the turtle’s head. This is done by simply following the direction where its head is pointing at. However, “What if the turtle’s head has only one eye?” Before we answer this question, majority of turtle signs do not have eyes on them. This is automatically understood that turtle signs with no eyes must be considered to have two complete imaginary eyes. Now when it comes to a turtle sign that has only one eye, this means that the direction that you are going to follow is on the side being viewed by the eye. Here is an illustration of a turtle sign with one single eye on its left side. Here is an illustration of a turtle sign with one single eye on its right side. After you have determined the portion hinted by the turtle sign, what you need to do next is to explore it where you have to look for the next clue or marker. This topic has already been covered in part 2.