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Sea Turtle

Page history last edited by wikiuser0017 11 years, 10 months ago

                                                                     Sea Turtle

 

                       Food chain

 

 

  • common name is  Sea Turtle
  • it's scientific class is reptile because it has scales on it's body
  • it's scientific genus is Sauropsida
  • it's species is turtles
  • it is found in oceans
  • they live in the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean
  • it grows up to 6-7 feet long
  • they can weigh up to 1,300 pounds
  • it has scales and a shell for body covering
  • they are ectothermic
  • name of young is pre-juveniles 
  • related species are snails and tortoises
  • they are herbivores
  • they like to eat jellyfish,plankton, and shrimp.    

 

                                                   

               They hatch their eggs at the same beach that they were hatched on.

                      They hatch about 150-200 eggs.

               There is also the Green Sea Turtle, which is much like the

               Sea Turtle. They can live up to about 80 years.

              

                                                                 resources        

 

                                               http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_turtle

                                               http://www.onr.navy.mil/focus/ocean/motion/default.htm

                                                               

                                                           Book: Animals    

 

 

                  

              

 

               

              

                     

Comments (1)

wikiuser0017 said

at 11:41 am on Nov 20, 2008

wow good job!

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