Tuesday, 28 February 2017

How Sea turtles grow into adults

How Sea turtles grow into adults

The early life of a green sea turtle is full of sea creatures. Only 1 in 1,000 baby sea turtles survive from it’s predators. From it’s nest into the sand, it chip it’s way out of it’s egg using an egg tooth or small horn, on the end of it’s beak. It’s mother is not there to help it. Instead it is greeted by Crabs, and Dogs waiting to eat it. To survive the baby sea turtle must hide inside the sand until night when it can scramble to the sea undetected. Once it is in the water then it is safe from the predators that are outside the water but the predators that are in the water can eat them.

The small sea turtles have to swim there hardest towards the waves to reach the ocean.

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