Sea turtles are a group of marine reptiles of the Superfamily Chelanioidea.
Chelonia mydas is the scientific name of the green sea turtle.
The scientific name for a Green Sea Turtle is Chelonia Mydas.
Chelonia mydas is the scientific name of the green sea turtle.However, there are still seven living species of sea turtles.See the related Wikipedia link listed below for their scientific names, their taxonomic classifications, and much more:
the Green sea turtle's scientific name is Chelonia mydas
The "scientific name" of an animal consists of two levels of its taxonomic classification, the "genus" and "species." Scientific names are in Latin. They are usually printed in italics, with the genus capitalized. The scientific name of the green sea turtle is "Chelonia (genus) mydas (species)." Sometimes a species is further subdivided into subspecies, and the subspecies name is added to the scientific name. Thus the East Pacific green turtles scientific name is "Chelonia mydas agassizii". Once the genus and species have been mentioned, they are usually abbreviated in subsequent occurrences (e.g. the green sea turtles scientific name would be written "C. mydas".)
Yes green sea turtles are endangered
Sea turtles I think not sure
When female green sea turtles want to lay their eggs.
Green sea turtles live alone
what is a predator of sea turtles
Green Sea Turtles can reach 5 feet in size.
Adult green sea turtles eat plants only. However, young green sea turtles eat jellyfish, fish, crustaceans and algae.
they kill green sea turtles for their shells to make jewelry
Green Sea Turtles because green sea turtles eat jellyfish.
Green sea turtles live in salty water.
no it is definetley not likely that green sea turtles are edible but loggerheads and leatherbacks are
No they are just a kind of sea turtle.
blue sea turtles blue sea turtles
Yes, Green sea turtles have skin, all sea turtles have thick, leathery skin
yes they have to be green
sharks eat sea turtles
No but when they are juveniles (baby sea turtles) they are predators.