The first sea turtle hatchlings are usually the smallest ones, which makes sense because they’re most likely to live in the sea.
But they do have a second life in the water.
When a green turtle’s egg hatches, it does a lot of swimming, which means it needs a lot more energy to keep up.
That means it is getting longer to grow.
“The green turtle can live for up to a year in the open ocean, but that means it has to take in a lot less energy to grow,” explains marine biologist and sea turtle expert, Mark Sainsbury.
“That’s not a good thing, and so they need a lot longer to get their energy levels up.”
When you look at a green turtles eggs, the eggs look like little dots, which indicate the turtle has laid a tadpole.
But that doesn’t mean the turtle is done growing, because eggs can actually continue to hatch.
Sainsbury says it’s only when the turtles are three or four weeks old that they start to have full growth, which gives them a huge boost in energy.
“If they get their growth rate up to three or more weeks, then they’re in a better place to hatch,” he says.
“They’re also less likely to have a lot, so they’re also able to take longer to mature.”
The turtles also get bigger at a faster rate than adults, because the turtles have more internal organs.
But this growth can also lead to problems, including skin diseases and heart problems.
The biggest threat to the green turtles is the toxic algae that accumulates in their stomachs, which can cause stomach ulcers.
But unlike the shellfish, they don’t have a very effective antidote for this, which is why the green turtle species is considered to be a threat to humans.
The green turtles can live up to 30 years in the wild.
But the more they eat, the longer they live.