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Large Sea turtles eat different things go to and you can look up all the different types of sea turtles and their facts

No they are just a kind of sea turtle.

Sea turtles, like all turtles, do not have teeth.

Sea turtles can't walk on land easily because of their flippers. Land turtles can swim, but not as gracious and swiftly as a sea turtle.

It depends. There are different species of sea turtles, some having a separate genus, though they all belong to the superfamily, Chelonioidea

sea turtles eat jelly fish

Different sea turtles live in different regions. Their isn't a just one specific region they live in.

well as of right now there are 8 species of sea turtles,but sea turtles are becoming extinct there are only about 1,000 green turtles left.

there is no such thing as a normal sea turtle only different types

they have flippers instead of feet.

Yes, according to, all sea turtles are oviparous

over 1,000 sea turtles all over the world

all sharks eat sea turtles

sea turtles can be saved of extingsion by we the humans can stop polluting the ocean. By doing that, all the sea turtles can be saved like we can be!! LONG LIVE THE SEA TURTLES!!

Well, different sea turtles eat different things. Green Sea Turltes eat seagrass and algae. They eat fish when they get older. Hawksbill Sea Turtles eat squid and shrimp. Last, Loggerhead Sea Turtles eat crabs ,shrimp,and jellyfish.

It depends. There are many different sorts of sea turtles. The are carnivorous sea turtles and herbivorous sea turtles. Carnivorous sometimes eat small fish or remains of dead and/or decaying fish. Herbivorous sea turtles eat kelp, algae or seaweed.

Sea turtles are reptiles and do not undergo metamorphosis at all.

Yes. All sea turtles are listed as threatened or extinct.

Seriously? Sea turtles (as well as all other turtles) are reptiles.

1. Sea turtles are larger 2. Their diets are different 3. Their habitats are different 4. Survival rate 5. Eggs 6. Laying of the eggs 7.Endangerment

Yes. All turtles, sea turtles, and tortoises are reptiles.

Land turtles can stick their head inside their shell. Sea turtles spend their lives in the ocen and only come to shore to lay eggs.

Yes, Green sea turtles have skin, all sea turtles have thick, leathery skin

yes but some don't because some turtles are sea turtles but some are land.

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