they are green because they eat many sea grasses wich in turn
makes there bellyfat green
Yes green sea turtles are endangered
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.
Green Sea Turtles because green sea turtles eat jellyfish.
they kill green sea turtles for their shells to make jewelry
no it is definetley not likely that green sea turtles are edible but loggerheads and leatherbacks are
Green sea turtles live in salty water.
blue sea turtles blue sea turtles
No they are just a kind of sea turtle.
Yes, Green sea turtles have skin, all sea turtles have thick, leathery skin
green sea turtles probably don't have any teeth. you can search its pictures or browse the net ,most of the sources will not mention anything about green sea turtles having teeth.
sharks eat sea turtles
No but when they are juveniles (baby sea turtles) they are predators.
no. sea turtles also eat crabs. :)
they are 2 types of green turtles.
yes they have to be green
The Green Sea Turtles are found in warm, tropical oceans throughout the world.
green turtles are turtles that are green and swim in the ocean and lay eggs and leave them to survive by themselves
Yes, they migrate all sea turtles do. Like in the movie Finding Nemo, Crush is a green sea turtle.
There are only 6,000,000 Green Sea turtles left in the wild, so please help in the effort to concerve the lives of all sea turtles!
Green sea turtles can be found in more than 80 countries around the world.
No they are not endangered except green sea turtles
green sea turtles migrate farther south.
green sea turtles live in the kelp forest because they don't want to get endangered
Green sea turtles eat mostly jellyfish.
The average lifespan of the green sea turtle is approximately 80 years in the wild and much longer in captivity. Green sea turtles can be found in most oceans in the world.
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.
yes because they just use it for short
Like all reptiles alive today, green sea turtles are cold blooded.
Green sea turtles appear to look like a land turtle. They can camoflage into their environment too.
Sea turtles are green and a brown.
Dark green and light green
The baby green sea turtle is eaten by raccoons, seabirds and crabs. The only animal that can eat an adult green sea turtle is a shark, and tiger sharks have been known to feed regularly on green sea turtles.
No, you cannot keep a green sea turtle as a pet.
Green sea turtles are totally herbivoruss as adults but as children feed on invertabres like crabs and jelly fish.
Green sea turtles have approximately 110-115 babies, although only a few survive into adult hood!
turtles are usually brown and green. but it depends on where their from and where they live .........
Green sea turtles use their beaklike mouth and serrated jaws to eat sea grass, corals, and jellyfish. They are omnivorous when they are born, but as they age, they'll get to be herbivorous.
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.
Because they are very tasty to green sea turtles! That's like saying why do humans eat chicken, because it is tasty.
green sea turtles will eat kelp, crustaceans, other invertebrates and other types of aquatic plant life
green sea turtles do not have the ability to move their jaws laterally, so they can't chew the way that mammals can :) hope it helps
Green sea turtles usually defecate in the water, since they are so ungainly on land and spend so little time ashore.
Green sea turtles are usually about four feet. Some can be bigger.
A baby green sea turtle would be called a hatchling.
Green sea turtles and dugongs eat sea grass
green sea turtles eat green algae a tiny plant that grows in the ocean. that makes them green