A sea turtle is a consumer, because it cannot make its own food. It has to rely on other organisms for its food.
with its long tounge
a sea turtle spend it time finding food and lay egg
Sea turtle Hatchlings: Plankton, Fish eggs, jellyfish --> Hatchling Sea turtle--> Crabs, Seabirds, Raccoons Sea turtle Adult: Green Algae, Seagrass--> Adult Sea turtle--> Sharks (sorry if this is not what you are looking for!)
pet stores sell marine turtle food but if you dont have any turtle food then they can eat fish (live or dead)
The leatherback turtle does not have competition for its food. This turtle mainly eats jellyfish and the venom from the jellyfish helps the turtle against predators.
They swim around and when they sea their food they swim towards it and snap it goes
food and water
The sea turtle is near the bottom of the food chain because it only eats plants. But it is debatable for the simple fact that nothing eats the turtle.
There are 6 species of sea turtles.green sea turtlehawksbill sea turtleflatback sea turtleloggerhead sea turtleKemp's ridley sea turtleolive ridley sea turtle
A Sea Turtle on a Sea turtle doing it
do sea turtles hunt or gather
because it does :)
The largest sea turtle is the Leatherback Sea Turtle
green sea turtles , leatherback sea turtle ,loggerhead sea turtle, hawksbill sea turtle , kemps ridly sea turtle , and the olive ridly sea turtle
the sea turtles shelter is...the turtle lives in its shell where it finds its food
They are vegatarian...
The leatherback sea turtle is related to the loggerhead sea turtle
Marine sea turtles mostly eat fish and jelly fish. The green sea turtle is the only one who is a herbivore, eating mainly sea grass.
A Kemp's Ridley sea turtle is a critically endangered sea turtle.