A turtles shell is built into bone structure. Parts of the backbone and the ribs, among other bones, make up the inner structure of the shell. This means that it cannot get out of its shell, as the shell is not separate from the body.
scopata animals don't have shells turtles and shellfish do
The Olive Ridley Species
turtles have shells....
While similar (both have shells) the tortoise lives on land, and is a herbivore. The turtle lives in water, and is an omnivore. They can be distinguished by the shape of their shells- turtles are streamlined for swimming and diving, tortoises are dome shaped.
A turtle's shell is designed for protection. Each species of turtle has a different type of shell. Turtles that live on land have taller, boxier shells that are thicker. Turtles that live in the water have shorter, thinner shells that slide through the water more easily.
Turtles have shells. Look it up if you don't trust me.
Turtles do not change shells
turtles never get too large for a shell,the shells grows with them the shell is part if there skin
It lay eggs with shells in the sands
Hide in There Shells
in there shells?
Their shells look like their environment. They blend in by hiding in their shells.
Shells, and some turtles have gills while others do not.
fish have gils turtles have scales fish have fins turtles have shells well you'll get it
they crawl into their shells and sleep