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S: Green to Green sea turtles.

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FC: Green to Green Sea Turtles. By: Zoe Tallmadge | b

1: Table of Contents Habitat ....................1 Motion.......................2 Diet.........................3 Survival status...........4 Physical Characteristics....5 Life cycle....................6

2: The green sea turtle lives in the tropical ocean.The green sea turtle prefers the deep sea and coral reef. | In this photo these small fish are cleaning the turtle's shell.

3: Green sea turtles main motion is swimming.They mostly swim fast but some times slow.

4: The green sea turtle eats algae, small animals and plants. Green sea turtles graze on sea grasses on the shallow ocean floor.Green sea turtles are Herbivores. A Herbivore is a plant eating animal.

5: The green sea turtle is an endangerd species.This means there are not many left in the world. Baby green sea turtles main predators are...Sharks and Killer whales. Grownups main predators are...Humans because of there leather,shells and people eat their eggs. Green sea turtles protect themselves by the shell on his or her upper and lower body.The Green sea turtle does not get its name from the color of its shell but because of the color of its flesh.

6: Green sea turtles lay eggs. They can lay 200 at a time. Only 1 out of 100 eggs become adults because so many things like to eat them. Grownups can live to be 75 years or more.

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