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Green Sea Turtle vs. Xenophyophore KIMBERLY HORSFALL & KENDALL BOWMAN
Green Sea Turtle Multicellular Xenophyophore Eukaryote Unicellular No cell wall "USGS Study Finds Green Sea Turtles Are Utilizing Protected Habitat." Green Sea Turtles Are Using Protected Habitat Effectively. April Flowers, Web. 28 Apr "Xenophyophore." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 29 Apr
Green Sea TurtleXenophyophore Obtains food by eating its prey. Young turtles are carnivores, eats jellies and other invertebrates Adults are herbivores, eats sea grass, algae, and other vegatation Obtains food by moving along the sea bottom, like slugs The only retain those nutritious particles and tiny animals They are an omnivore, eating nematodes and vegetation Sea Grass Sanfelix, M. "Seagrass Meadows." Seagrass Meadows. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr Nematode Discover Life. The Polistes Corporation, n.d. Web.
Predators Green Sea TurtleXenophyophore Raccoons, foxes, seabirds, and tiger sharks Octopus, decapods, and fish
Interesting Facts About a Green Sea Turtle Green sea turtles are one of the largest and most widespread of all marine turtles They are not able to pull their head, arms, or legs into their shell They are found in tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide It can weigh up to 700 lbs. Green sea turtles are listed as an endangered species
Interesting Facts About Xenophyophore Covers itself in slim that traps sediments and debris Instead of blood they are filled with cytoplasm and many nuclei Largest known individual cell to date Natural habitat is manly the seafloor of Europe or around North Africa They are found at depths of 10,000 meters (6 miles)
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