yes. internal. they have small holes on outside. Like birds. They're certainly not deaf.AnswerTurtles don't have any "outer ear," the part that sticks out from your head, but they have all the "inner ear" mechanisms that other animals do. They also have the auditory nerve and brain center required for hearing. The outer ear gathers sound vibrations to make them louder. So turtles do not hear airborne sounds as loudly as you do, but they can sense and interpret vibrations in the environment. Hearing probably isn't very important to a turtle though, because their senses of vision and smell are excellent. The brain center for hearing is quite small by comparison.
turtles have 3 ears 2 internal on there head and one on the nose
Yes map turtles have ears.
turtles have ears so they can hear their perdetor coming towards them.
It depends on the turtle.
Yes, all reptiles have ears. Turtle ears are on the side of their head near the eyes.
have internal ear structure, sense vibrations
Sea turtles do not have a very good sense of smell. Their eyes and ears mostly do all the work. Sea turtles have 3 ears though, 2 regular ears like you and I, but have 1 ear on their nose. A sea turtles eyes are open when they are a little hatchling, but cant see straight for a few hours.
Turtles do not have scales but they have hard skin a tough shell eyes ears nose a tail and other body parts
Yes turtles can see in color which comes in handy for their survival. Red ear turtles have a heightened vision and can see color in and above water.
6hundred thousand million billion trillion ears
Yes, they are internal. There are small holes behind their eyes. They (turtles) also sense low frequencies throughout their bodies - they can 'sense' footsteps near them.
John- Red Ears- Honey, Osama, George, Alexander the Great, King Kong, Beowulf, that turtle which has red ears and Monty Python.
Not at all, it is like saying people with blonde hair people can see blue. So turtles can't see in color because its ears are red.
The four groups of reptiles are crocodilians, lizards, snakes, and turtles, terrapins, and tortoises. Snakes have no ears or sense of hearing, and only turtles, terrapins, and tortoises have shells.
no i have a red ear slider an he will proly get sick cuz hes not use to an turtles dont eat dat day eat turtle food or fish if its use to it
Yes. They are very similar to Red Eared Sliders except the "ears" are the same color as their jaw markings.
It is the beginning of the "love time". But after a long time, we do not have any success at home (red ears turtle).
Snapping Turtles, Redeared Turtles, yellowtail turtles, cottontail turtles, flying turtles, big turtles, small turtles, black turtles, purpletoe turtles, amazon turtles, African turtles, Big penis turtles, aquarium turtles, grizzly turtles, m4 carbine turtles, rabid turtles, edible turtles, swimming turtles, alien turtles. That's all the turtles in the world, the rest are unknown (to me) or extinct. LOL
Pretty much the same as most, if not all living creatures use their heads for. It holds the brain, eyes, ears, mouth, nostrils.
Bog turtles are land turtles and land turtles. They are mostly land turtles.
no, hawksbill turtles are sea turtles
sea turtles painted turtles snapping turtles
The collective nouns for turtles are:a bale of turtlesa dole of turtlesa nest of turtlesa turn of turtles