Appearance: When born, green sea turtles are only 5 cm (2 in) long., They grow up to 1.5 meters (5 ft) in length and can weigh over 300 kg (700 lbs), There are two types of green turtles, the Atlantic green turtle and the Eastern Pacific green turtle. , Habitats: Green sea turtles make their home in tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide., Atlantic green turtles are found throughout the Atlantic Ocean, Over 80 countries in the world have green turtle nests on their beaches., Green sea turtles mainly stay near the coastline and around islands. , They live in bays and protected shores, especially in areas with sea grass beds., Diet: Green sea turtles feed on crabs, jellyfish, and other creatures when they are young., As adults they become herbivores, mostly eating sea grasses and algae., Behaviour: Green sea turtles are able to hold their breath for hours at a time. , They are cold-blooded. , In colder water they can hold their breath for longer., On land they move slowly, pulling themselves along with their flippers. , Nesting and Giving Birth: In general, green turtles only venture onto land to lay their eggs., Females lay eggs every 2-4 years., The female turtles climb onto the beach and lay their eggs in a pit., They lay 100-200 eggs at a time and leave them alone for 2 months before they hatch., Once the baby turtles hatch, they must crawl to the water and avoid a multitude of predators, including birds and crabs.,

Green Sea Turtles: Sorting for a Non Chronological Report





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