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Friday, April 21

  1. page Green sea turtle (Ian C.) edited {http://www.scubadiving.com/files/old/images/potw_images/052704PW_01_liu_lg.jpg} dstasfcdgzxvf…

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  2. page Green sea turtle (Ian C.) edited Green Sea Turtle x-Organism name (heading 2)-Scientific name (heading 3)Scientific name Cheloni…

    Green Sea Turtle
    x-Organism name (heading 2)-Scientific name (heading 3)Scientific name Chelonia
    Size (length and weight)
    The size of the green sea turtle is about 16-20 inches.
    Physical description
    Green sea turtles have green or grayish lines going along its back. Sea turtles are air breathers. They can live up to 80 years old and it takes a couple decades for it to fully mature.
    Location in the world
    Green sea turtles are fond in all oceans around the world close to the shore except for the polar regions.
    Diet
    Green sea turtles get their food by swimming at the bottom of the ocean and they eat sea grass witch is grows at the bottom of the sea.
    Predators
    Green sea turtles predators are humans and large sharks.
    Young
    The eggs hatch 45-75 days after they are leg. They could lay up to 100-200 eggs at a time.
    Niche or role in their ecosystem
    Most of the Red Foxes in turkey rely on them to lay eggs on the beaches because they eat it for food.
    Other names
    Hawaiian Turtle.
    Questions
    What was the biggest ever recorded? How long was this species endangered? How many are left in the world?
    Sources
    L. F. Stevens
    Wikipedia
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_sea_turtle
    3/11/10
    3/12/10
    I trust this website because wikipedia checks the info people send in before the post it on the website.
    Victoria McCormic
    Earth Trust
    http://earthtrust.org/wlcurric/turtles.html
    1996
    3/12/10
    I trust this website because the author is a scientist.
    R.E. Martin
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    http://www.fws.gov/northflorida/seaturtles/turtle%20factsheets/green-sea-turtle.htm
    1/16/09
    3/12/10
    I trust this website because it is a wildlife Service.
    Pictures
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Monday, October 26

  1. page Sapphire Devil (Trevor S.) edited ... Chrysiptera cyanea. Size- big asf ... weight is ?hhhhhhhhhhhhh ? Physical description …
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    Chrysiptera cyanea.
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    Physical description
    It is sapphire blue and sometimes has an orange tail and fin.
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    Chrysiptera cyanea.
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    Physical description
    It is sapphire blue and sometimes has an orange tail and fin.
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Wednesday, September 30

Friday, September 25

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    Chrysiptera cyanea.
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    Physical description
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    Chrysiptera cyanea.
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    It grows up to 2.5 to 3 inches and it weight is ?
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Thursday, February 5

  1. page Greater Blue Ringed Octopus (Zach K.) edited Zachary Karounos: Greater Blue Ringed Octopus ... (length and weight this site sucks penis. …

    Zachary Karounos: Greater Blue Ringed Octopus
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    Physical description
    it is a soft bodied animal and can change colors like a chameleon, it has a slack body and but can pierce a wet suit, and has poison to kill 26 adult humans.
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Wednesday, May 14

  1. page Crown-of-thorns starfish (Maddy H.) edited x-Organism name (heading 2)-Scientific name (heading 3)Crown-of-Thorns Starfish Acanthaster Pl…

    x-Organism name (heading 2)-Scientific name (heading 3)Crown-of-Thorns Starfish
    Acanthaster Planci
    Size (length and weight)
    The size of the starfish varies on what they eat. A typical size can be 30-40 cm in diameter but occasionally people find the 80 cm in diameter. Think about that 80 cm in diameter is about the size of a school bus tire. These starfish can also grow up to 20 legs.
    Physical description
    The crown-of-thorn starfish is usually a red, gray, light blue, or purple color. They look quite dangerous with their spikes, spikes are usually black with red tips indicating that there is venom. They usually have 10-20 legs also.
    Location in the world
    The crown-of-thorns starfish can be found on a coral reef anywhere in the world.
    Diet
    The crown-of-thorns starfish eat coral reefs, in fact sometimes divers have to round up these dangerous stars so they don't cause to much harm upon coral reefs.
    Predators
    The only predators the Crown-of-thorns starfish is us. We humans go underwater and inject sodium into them so they die. The reason we do this is because there are to many of them and they are eating coral reefs that are very important.
    Young
    If a crown-of-thorns starfish loses an arm the arm can grow a hole new starfish.
    Niche or role in their ecosystem
    They make sure that coral reefs do not get to large or over sized.
    Other names
    The crown-of-thorns star fish is also known as the crown-of-thorns sea star.
    Resources (websites)
    Hayley Davis
    The Encyclopedia of Earth
    http:/www.eoearth.org/article/Crown-of-thorn_sea_ar
    January 19,2008
    Amaury Zang He
    Wikipedia
    http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Crown-of-thorns_starfish&action=history
    February 26,2010 4:59p.m pacific standard time
    Pierre Madl
    sbg
    http://www.sbg.ac.at/ipk/avstudio/pierofun/planci/planci.htm
    December 2002
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Sunday, March 9

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    Adults are usually about 20.0 cm it doesnt matter if it is male or female.
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    5. Where does it like to swim most?
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