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Green sea turtle<br />By Chris G <br />
Their Structural Characteristics<br />It has a big dark brown, yellow, green ish and hard shell.<br />It has four flippers...
Information<br />Size: they can grow up 5 feet (1.5 meters).<br />They can live up to 80 years old.<br />They can weigh up...
Food<br />Its a Herbivore.<br />The adult green sea turtles only eat plants and there favourite is sea greens.<br />They e...
Photos<br />
Habitat<br />The adult turtles are found in shallow, coastal waters, bays and lagoons.<br />Males never leave the water, b...
Migration<br />They migrate from feeding sites to nesting grounds, normally on sandy beaches.<br />They mate every 2 to 4 ...
The yellow line is where you may find a green sea turtle.<br />
The End!<br />Thanks for watching my power point on the Green sea turtle <br />
Bibliography<br />Libary.thinkquest.org<br />www.ARKive.org<br />En.wikipedia.org<br />Animals.notiongeographic.com<br />w...
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  1. 1. Green sea turtle<br />By Chris G <br />
  2. 2. Their Structural Characteristics<br />It has a big dark brown, yellow, green ish and hard shell.<br />It has four flippers, 4 fins and a tail.<br />Its legs are its flippers.<br />
  3. 3. Information<br />Size: they can grow up 5 feet (1.5 meters).<br />They can live up to 80 years old.<br />They can weigh up to 320 KG’s, 700 pounds.<br />They are an endangered species, I think it will be very bad if there is none left in the world.<br />
  4. 4. Food<br />Its a Herbivore.<br />The adult green sea turtles only eat plants and there favourite is sea greens.<br />They eat mangrove that hangs over the water.<br />The younger turtles will eat fish, jelly fish, crustaceans and algae.<br />They are born as poor swimmers and float along the top and eat shrimp.<br />
  5. 5. Photos<br />
  6. 6. Habitat<br />The adult turtles are found in shallow, coastal waters, bays and lagoons.<br />Males never leave the water, but females swim to shore to lay their eggs.<br />They are found in the pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans. <br />
  7. 7. Migration<br />They migrate from feeding sites to nesting grounds, normally on sandy beaches.<br />They mate every 2 to 4 years, and normally takes place in shallow water near the sand.<br />To nest, females leave the sea and choose an area, most of the time on the same beach used as their mothers, to lay eggs.<br />
  8. 8. The yellow line is where you may find a green sea turtle.<br />
  9. 9. The End!<br />Thanks for watching my power point on the Green sea turtle <br />
  10. 10. Bibliography<br />Libary.thinkquest.org<br />www.ARKive.org<br />En.wikipedia.org<br />Animals.notiongeographic.com<br />www.seaworld.org<br />www.flickr.com<br />
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