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Sea Turtle

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Christina Kendall

on 15 May 2015

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Transcript of Sea Turtle

The abiotic factors around a sea turtle is what it lives in, water. Some other abiotic factors around a sea turtle are air, sand, rocks, temperature, wind, and moisture.
Biotic Factors
The biotic factors living around a sea turtle are other sea creatures like an octopus and sharks. Some other biotic factors around a sea turtle are coral, seaweed and sea anemone.
Abiotic Factors
A Sea Turtles ecosystem
In a sea turtles ecosystem, there are many other types of sea creatures. Some other things in its ecosystem is that they go on land and lay their eggs in the sand. When the eggs hatch, the little turtles waddle out into the ocean. The ocean is their main ecosystem with all their food and habitats are.
A Sea Turtles adaptations
Sea Turtles are strong swimmers, its forelimbs are modified into long, paddle like fins for swimming and its neck and limbs are nonretractile. Also, its shell adaptations are necessary for retractile limbs which would impede rapid swimming.
A Sea Turtles major interaction
Sea Turtles sometimes compete with other sea turtles for food because they are finding the same thing. They also compete with fish for food and shelter. Some sea creatures that have a close relationship with a sea turtle is a shark. The shark benefits because it gets a lunch.
Energy Role of a Sea Turtle
A Sea Turtles energy role in its habitat is a third-level consumer. In a food chain of a Sea Turtle, there will be: plankton, clams, whelk, sea turtle and shark.
A Sea Turtles food web level
In a food web, a Sea Turtles level is being a third-level consumer/ prey because it consumes grass and seaweed for food. It is also prey because sharks will be a predator to a sea turtle.
What is around a sea turtle?

Sea Turtle
What is the relationship between a sea turtle and the environment? By: Jeremiah

Leather back Sea Turtle
This shows how big a sea turtle can be. It can be 7 ft. long (2 meters).
Habitat

Sea turtles live in almost every ocean basin throughout the world, nesting on tropical and subtropical beaches. They migrate long distances to feed, often crossing entire oceans.
Interesting Facts bout a Sea Turtle
Sea Turtles have been around for a very long time. They really love to travel. For sea turtle home is where the heart is. They can hold their breath a long time.They grow to be super heavy. Sometimes they cry but not because they are sad.
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Summary
In conclusion, of this presentation, sea turtles are wonderful and interesting creatures. The relationship between a sea turtle and its environment is that they both interact and help each other out in need of any problem.
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