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The largest sea turtle is the Leatherback Sea Turtle
Largest sea turtle is the leatherback turtle
There are 6 species of sea turtles.green sea turtlehawksbill sea turtleflatback sea turtleloggerhead sea turtleKemp's ridley sea turtleolive ridley sea turtle
Leatherback sea turtle
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.
The leatherback is the largest sea turtle.
The Leatherback Sea Turtle is the largest turtle The Australian Salt Water Crocodile is the largest living reptile
The Leatherback Sea Turtle.
Leatherback Sea Turtle
Sea turtles do not belong to a single species. There are seven species of sea turtle: green, loggerhead, Kemp's ridley, olive ridley, hawksbill, flatback, and leatherback.
The Hawaiian green sea turtle.
As sea turtle species are protected by law, you cannot own one.
There are many different species of sea turtles. The largest are leatherback sea turtles. The largest leatherback weight ever recorded was 916 kg, and many specimens weigh about 500 kg.
the sea turtle
It depends on the species and age of the sea turtle but a female sea turtle may lay 50-200 eggs per nesting season.
yes,the hawksbill turtle is(as we speak!)an endangerd species.
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 :(
Yes and no. There are different turtle species (abviously). Some species, like the sea turtle live in water habitats. While other species, like the box turtle, live in land habitats.
It depends on what species of sea turtle your talking about, there are sea turtles that are primary consumers and there are sea turtles that are secondary consumers.
Sea Turtles are covered and protected by shells, similar to every other species of Turtle.
The largest sea turtle we know of, weighs aproximately 5.3 kilometers. And has a brain weighing up to nearly 3.8 milolitres.
either the galopagos giant tortoise or the leatherback turtle
That would have to be a sea turtle, such as the hawksbill.
The largest sea, not ocean, is the South China Sea.