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BC: Lameeka grew up in NC and went to college at CCJHS to becomme an astronaut

FC: hawksbill sea turtle by lameeka brown

1: hawksbill sea turtle Lameeka

2: The hawksbill sea turtles are often in rocky areas, coral reefs, shallow coastal areas, lagoons, and oceanic islands, and hatchings are in bunches of sea plants. They also don't go into water deeper than 65 feet

3: turtles live in a cool place

4: Turtles have webbed feet for swimming and sharp claws for digging in the wintertime. Their shell is hard so that almost no predator can harm them

6: The hawksbill sea turtle is considered to be both predator and prey. They eat algae, leaves, duckweed, herbaceous, plants, stems, roots, fruits, seeds of vascular plants, frogs, tadpoles, small fish, insects, cray fish, shrimp, amphipods, and mollusks, | but, (when they're babies) their predators are crows, frogs, mink, snakes, raccoons, larger turtles, otters, wading birds, fish, and skunks.

7: turtles are waaaaay better than lizards, snakes and crocodiles (don't be jealous.)

8: to reproduce, turtles check each other by sniffing, then they go to a private area and make babies. then sometime between July and October, she | July and October, she goes on land to lay her eggs. Once they hatch, they're on their own until they dig out of their holes from wintertime hiber- nation. then they crawl up an aduylt turtle to get sunligh and warm up their systems.

10: *adults weigh 100-150 lbs *dark & golden brown with streaks of orange and red *shell is oval shaped *average length of 2 1/2 feet

11: turtles look at you like youre disgusting (theyre just jealous)

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