the abiotic factors for sea turtles are humans, tiger sharks, sea plants, fish, and seabirds. the biotic factors are hurricanes, plastic, habitat destructions, and nets. these are the locations.Adults of most species are found in shallow, coastal waters, bays, lagoons, and estuaries. Some also venture into the open sea.Juveniles of some species may be found in bays and estuaries, as well as at sea.Adult sea turtles have a few predators, mostly large sharks. Tiger sharks, in particular, are known for eating sea turtles. Killer whales have been known to prey on leatherback turtles. Fishes, dogs, seabirds, raccoons, ghost crabs, and other predators prey on eggs and hatchlings.
They are endangered because the are being killed for their meat, eggs, skin and shells. Their also endangered because they get captured in fishing gear that's underwater. why they are important to humans is because They eat seagrass, they control sponge distribution, and they eat jellyfish transporting nutrients. They play vital roles in maintaining the health of the oceans. There are about 30 to 50 thousand sea turtles left
Sea turtles colors can range from olive-green, yellow, greenish-brown, reddish-brown or black.The weight of the sea turtles are 250 pounds The average lifespan of sea turtles are 80 years Since sea turtles are cold blooded they are able to stay underwater for long periods of time One special trait sea turtles have is they unlike their close relatives , they are not able to put their fins and head into their shell Sea turtles have no special mating ritual since they like to be isolated, its rare to see sea turtles mating but when they do it can be dangerous since the female sea turtle has to support the weight of her and the male sea turtle on her back and consistently going up to get air and float back down. This is dangerous since they are vulnerable to attacks and can drown