Relationships With Other Animals
The turtle has a parasitism relationship with fish because it eats them
The turtle has a commensalism relationship with little fish because they eat the algae off the turtle’s shell
- The turtle has a mutualism relationship with algae because the algae gets a place to live and the turtle get camouflage
What It Eats & Where It Lives
A turtle can be a carnivore, omnivore, and a herbivore - depends on species Tortoises are herbivores, aquatic turtles are mostly carnivores, and semi - aquatic are omnivores - 50/50 meat & veggies
Sea turtles live in an aquatic biome.
One adaptation is a hard shell to protect it from predators, another is flippers for faster swimming.
Another adaptation is they are the color green to blend in with the environment to hide from predators.
Turtles have been around for over 200 million years
They also have good eyesight and excellent sense of smell
The largest turtles can weigh 2,000 pounds plus