Green Iguana

The green iguana is a omnivorous animal, this means that they can feed on insects fruit, plants and other types of vegetation. Also even though they can feed on meat they would prefer to eat mainly plants.  Green iguanas are found mainly near water and can be seen jumping into the water off the branches […] Read more »

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Galapagos tortoise

The Galapagos tortoise is the biggest species of tortoise that is still alive. The Galapagos tortoise as its name suggests is native to the Galapagos islands. They have a higher and wider shell than most other species of turtles and tortoises. They have a life span of roughly 100 years, however one individual lived to an age of […] Read more »

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Green Sea turtle

The green sea turtle, as it’s name suggests it is a species of turtle, and has a green sort of colouring  on their body and a bit on it’s shell. Also like most other species of turtles they have a beaked shaped mouth and head. Their paddle-like flippers are well adapted to life in the […] Read more »

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