A green sea turtle is green. And if you cook the meat, it is green. That is why it's called a green sea turtle.
They are different by the size and the colour of their shell and skin. They are also different from they eat.
yes it is called the green sea turtle There is a species known as the green sea turtle, latin name Chelonia mydas. They are the slowest growing of the sea turtle species due to a diet low in protein. They are characterized by the starburst pattern on the shell and two scales between the eyes. Sadly they are poached for their greenish skin :(
Green sea turtle was created in 1758.
does the green sea turtle shiver
The scales of the Green Sea Turtle on the skin (as like all reptiles) are large, brown and smooth.
no scales on the skin of the sea turtle.
There are not much sea turtle
The lenght of a green sea turtle is 40-50 inches
Chelonia mydas is the scientific name of the green sea turtle.
A green sea turtle can grow to 5 ft long
There are 6 species of sea turtles.green sea turtlehawksbill sea turtleflatback sea turtleloggerhead sea turtleKemp's ridley sea turtleolive ridley sea turtle
A green sea turtle is called a green sea turtle because it is a herbivore that eats green plants. These green plants contain chlorophyll, the chemical that makes the plant green. The chlorophyll stains the turtle's insides, so the sea turtle is named for it's internal color, not it's external color.
the green sea turtle swims in the sea, in the sometimes its on the sand, eating small leaves
green sea turtles , leatherback sea turtle ,loggerhead sea turtle, hawksbill sea turtle , kemps ridly sea turtle , and the olive ridly sea turtle
No, as a matter of fact, it is called the green sea turtle because it is the only animal with green body fat.
The scientific name for a Green Sea Turtle is Chelonia Mydas.
Green Sea Turtle can live up to 80 -100 years.
a sea turtle is green and it has some blue
leatherback loggerhead green sea turtle sea turtle
Relatives of the green sea turtle are: green, loggerhead, Kemp's ridley, olive ridley, hawksbill, flat-back, and leatherback. Pretty much all turtle and tortoises that exist are related to the green sea turtle in some way :)
No because the sea turtle only eats plants.
The baby green sea turtle is eaten by racoons, seabirds and crabs. The only animal that can eat an adult green sea turtle is a shark.
green sea turtles are known to weigh up to 500 pounds it depends on the type of sea turtle
The Hawaiian green sea turtle.