Pelvis tilted backward
Flatback sea turtle was created in 1880.
The flatback sea turtle is a sea turtle endemic to the continental shelf of Australia.
No, but they are endangered.
yes it is
There are approximately 54 eggs in a flatback turtle's clutch. During a single nesting season, a female flatback may nest as many as 4 times (with a period of a little over two weeks between each laying.) This means in a single season a Flatback Turtle can lay upwards of 215 eggs. After this, the female will not lay again for 2-3 years.
the flatback turtle
jelly fish sea aka
Because of the flatness of the flatback's shell.
There's only one and that is a flatback turtle.
yes because all reptiles are coldblooded