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