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Turtles’ Life Challenges

Throughout my research, we can understand more about turtles. Does turtles have teeth article was my early findings. Baby turtles are born with a ‘hatchling tooth’ or ‘egg tooth’. It is a tooth for them to break open their eggs. After they are out of their eggs, they lose this tooth soon. This is their […]

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Journey from Nest to Sea Illustration Process

Process The illustration idea focused on sea turtles’ hatchlings and predators section at the Green Sea Turtle National Geographic article. In the beginning, the article title was ‘turtle hatchling and predators’. However, the title sounds dull to me. So I drop the title idea. It is an interesting fact to read crab and seagulls eat […]

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Journey from Nest to Sea

Do you ever wonder about turtles’ hatchlings challenges? green sea turtle article explains their birth process and challenges as well. Female turtles leave the sea and return to the beach their mothers hatch them. They dig the sand with their flippers to create a pit. Hatch 100 to 200 eggs. Return to the sea. Under […]

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Turtles’ Predators Illustration Process

Process I have watched Avoid Sharks BBC video and wrote https://tienny.com/turtles-predators/ research. In summary, based on the new found research, when there is a shark, the turtles will hide and keep still. During night time, turtles have to do careful dance around the sharks in order to run away from them. Thus, this illustration focus […]

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Turtles’ Predators

In Avoid Sharks BBC video, we can learn new discovery about our lovely turtles. Unexpectedly, sharks are turtle’s predators. Turtle has a strong shell which cannot be bitten. They pulled to hide their bodies in their shells for self-protection. The night is the most dangerous time for turtles especially if there are sharks swimming around. […]

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