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Green Sea Turtles
Transcript of Green Sea Turtles
Eats Algae and seagrass (seaweed)
Juvenile green sea turtles are omnivores. They eat a wide variety of plant and animal life, including insects, crustaceans, seagrasses and worms.
They can eat about 1 pound in one sitting Guardians of the turtle Well, there aren't to many besides the:
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
The Osa Conservation
Sadly that all the big groups
:'( The predators and Hunters Many turtles die caught in fishing nets. Also, real estate development often causes habitat loss by eliminating nesting beaches.
ENDANGERED, so no one can hunt them or kill them, or they are a poacher!
One of the greatest threats to hatchlings is light pollution near beach nesting sites (like lights in skyscrapers)
Some sharks try to eat them, but luckily, thew turtles have shells so they are safe. Turtle babies Mama digs a hole and lays over 75 - 200 eggs and then covers the hole with sand. Videos Bibliography babygreenonback_1.jpg (pic) Green Sea Turtles are... Youtube Endangered Animals
Youtube Baby Green Sea Turtle It lives throughout tropical and subtropical seas around the world, with two distinct populations in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Green sea turtles move across three habitat types, depending on their age. They lay eggs on beaches. Older turtles spend most of their time in shallow, coastal waters with lush seagrass beds. Adults are usually in inshore bays, lagoons and areas with lush seagrass meadows. Entire generations often migrate between one pair of feeding and nesting areas. Famous Connections and fast facts In Finding Nemo, there is an old surfing Green sea turtle
Some can live up to eighty years in the wild.
Sea turtles spend a lot of their lives underwater, but must breathe air for the oxygen needed to meet activity.
It is named not for the color of its shell, which is normally brown or olive depending on its habitat, but for the greenish color of its skin.
Most sea turtles warm themselves by swimming close to the surface of shallow waters
Lifespan is unknown.. http://www.easybib.com/cite/view