Green Sea Turtle
Endangered and in decline
Predetors and prey
Raccoon, Fox, Dogs, Sea Birds, and Ghost crabs eat turtle eggs. Seabirds, Crabs, and carnivorous Fish eat turtle young and tiger sharks eat Adult sea turtles. though all those animals threaten the sea turtle the biggest threat comes from Humans, humans cause beach destruction, do turtle population harvesting and harmful fishing, also the pollution is a major contribution to the turtle population decline.
young sea Turtles are carnivores and eat jellies and other invertebrates. Adults eat strictly vegetation and are herbivores.
sea turtle eggs
there are around 200 eggs laid by one female at a time
sea turtle hatchlings
after hatching the turtles follow the light and make their way out to sea
sea turtle adults
adult turtle can live for over 80 years
Sea turtles can not pull their heads into their shells like many other turtle types can.
female sea turtles have longer tails than males do and tend to commonly be bigger in size.
sea turtles lay around 200 eggs at one single time.