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What is the leatherback sea turtle related to?


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Answered 2010-06-04 01:07:49

The leatherback sea turtle is related to the loggerhead sea turtle

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The leatherback sea turtle is a sea turtle, which is classified as a reptile.


Leatherback sea turtle was created in 1761.


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The leatherback sea turtle has two unique defining features. The first is that it's the largest of all living turtle species and it lacks a bony a shell.


Leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) are a Reptilian species like all other turtles.


Yes, the leatherback sea turtle sleeps on top of the waters surface or at the botton of the ocean in between rocks or coral reefs.


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There are different types of sea turtles. A snapping turtle is one. Another example would be a leatherback turtle.


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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.



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