Victoria, Edgar, Adrian, Natasha
The Treats of the Sea Turtle
The threats that the sea turtles faces include climate change, marine debris, direct fishing, as well as commercial fishing. This threats are leading to deaths and as well as extinctions. The plastic bags that go i the ocean start floating around and the turtle think the plastic bags are jellyfish. So instead of the turtle eating a jellyfish, the are eating the plastic bag.
Dangers Of The Garbage In The Waters
Benefits that Sea turtles provide
Well, sea turtles are one of the longest living groups of animals to have ever existed, having far outlived the Dinosaurs. They have existed for approximately 200 million years, adapted perfectly for their environment until human activities placed them under increasing pressure. Sea turtles are a flagship species, which means they are a species chosen to represent an environmental cause conserving the marine ecosystem and wildlife. Sea Turtles act as environmental indicators. When populations are healthy, it reflects on the health of their marine habitat.