How Many Green Sea Turtles Are Left?

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The Green Sea Turtle is a federally protected endangered animal as well as protected under Hawaii state law. While there used to be millions of them in the world, after much hunting there are less than 200,000 in existence.
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There are only 6,000,000 green turtles left in the wild so please don't kill them!
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1. Identify the coloration of the green sea turtles. It is named for its greenish flesh and is lightly colored overall. However, there is a considerable difference in the color of
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No no no. 1500 nesting females? On one island maybe. In the Southern Atlantic Ocean, the most notable nesting grounds for Chelonia mydas or Green Turtle are found on the island of
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Green Sea Turtles can grow up to about five feet long. They can live up to a 100 years long, and they can weigh up to 200 pounds. They are an amazing creature.
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Green Sea Turtle
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Testudines Family: Cheloniidae Genus: Chelonia Species: Chelonia mydas
Green turtles are one of the largest and most widespread of all the marine turtles. The oval carapace varies from olive to brown, grey and black with swirls and irregular patters, but the common name... More »
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