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Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle (Honu) - Hawaii Travel Guide - About.com
Photo of a Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle (Honu) at a turtle cleaning station off of Leeward Oahu photographed on a Wild Side Specialty Tour.
Green Sea Turtle Profile and Facts - Marine Life - About.com
Facts about the green sea turtle, including information on the green turtle's natural history, reproduction, distribution and conservation. The green sea turtle ...
Green Sea Turtle - Chelonia mydas - The Animal Encyclopedia
The green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is among the largest marine turtles and is also the most widespread. It grows to lengths of about 3 to 4 feet and weights of ...
Green Sea Turtle Picture - Chelonia mydas - Photo of ... - Marine Life
Green sea turtle hatchling picture. The green turtle is large, with a carapace up to 3 feet long. Green turtles weigh up to 350 pounds and their carapace can be ...
Green Sea Turtle Identification - Chelonia mydas - Scuba Diving
See a photo of a Green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas, and learn to identify Green turtles.
Green Sea Turtle - Marine Life - About.com
The green sea turtle's diet is thought to be responsible for its green-tinted fat, which is how the turtle got its name. They are found in tropical and sub-tropical ...
Green Sea Turtle Picture - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Sea turtles and salmon possess an astonishing ability to migrate vast distances from their birthplace and, years later, return to their home territory to reproduce.
Profile: Green Sea Turtle - Endangered Species - About.com
It looks as if endangered green sea turtles are making a comeback on Florida shores. Biologists at the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge in Florida are finding ...
Green Turtle Image - Photo of a Green Turtle - Marine Life - About.com
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) Hatchling, Caribbean Conservation Corporation ... Hawksbill Sea Turtle / FL Keys National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA Photo ...
Sea Turtle Characteristics, Reproduction and Conservation
There are seven recognized species of sea turtles, six of which are in the Family Cheloniidae (the hawksbill, green, flatback, loggerhead, Kemp's ridley and olive ...