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seaturtleexploration.com/explore-and-learn/sea-turtle-facts

Only the green sea turtle spends much time eating vegetables. Sea turtles travel many miles between nesting and feeding grounds during the year. Some species  ...

aqua.org/explore/animals/green-sea-turtle

Overview. The green sea turtle gets its name not from the color of its shell (which is typically brown, gray, black and yellow) but from the greenish shade of its fat.

latinrootstravel.com/fortheblog/galapagos-sea-turtles

1) How are Galapagos green sea turtles different than other green sea turtles? Their shell has a more domed shape than other Pacific green turtles. They are also ...

www.montereybayaquarium.org/animals/animals-a-to-z/green-turtle

Size. The green turtle grows up to four feet long and weighs up to 400 pounds. turtle-diver.png · Range. Green turtles are found throughout the global ocean, in ...

www.nps.gov/pais/learn/nature/green.htm

Oct 10, 2020 ... Like other sea turtle species, female green sea turtles typically do not nest every year. While the number of nesting turtles varies each year, it ...

blog.padi.com/go-diving-and-swimming-with-green-sea-turtles

Apr 30, 2021 ... Green Sea Turtle Facts · Scientific Name: Chelonia mydas · Common Name: Green sea turtles are in fact named for the greenish color of their ...

www.theanimalfacts.com/reptiles/green-sea-turtle

Green sea turtles are unique among sea turtles in that adults are mostly herbivorous. As adults they will eat sea grass, algae, mangrove roots and leaves. This is ...

www.sportdiver.com/photos/species-sea-turtles

Feb 3, 2020 ... From hawksbills to leatherbacks, every diver loves to encounter a sea turtle. There are seven species in the world: the green, loggerhead, ...

www.kidzone.ws/animal-facts/turtles/green-sea.htm

Because the Green sea turtle is always found swimming in the ocean water, it often gets dirty with algae, and other underwater plant species, and needs to be ...

thelivingplanet.com/animal/green-sea-turtle

Fast Facts. While most species of land turtles and tortoises are able to retract their heads into their shells for added protection, sea turtles are not able to do so.

defenders.org/wildlife/sea-turtles

Apr 28, 2021 ... There are seven species of sea turtles that inhabit the Earth's oceans: loggerhead, leatherback, green turtle, hawksbill, Kemp's ridley, olive ridley and ...