Life Cycle of a Turtle, Science Game for Kids

Learn about the life cycle of turtle in this interactive science game for children. Turtles are reptiles with an interesting life cycle. In this game, your child learns how female turtle leaves the sea to lay her eggs in the sand by the beach as a first step in its life cycle. This science game teaches children about the life cycle of a turtle, how it starts as an egg, hatches, grows into a juvenile, and eventually becomes an adult.
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Did you know that turtles have been around for over 200 million years? They are reptiles, with a shell made of bone and cartilage. Turtle Life Cycle is an interactive game to learn about the life cycle of a turtle. The game is designed for children with beautiful colorful graphics and sound effects. Read More
Female turtles usually return to the same beaches to lay their eggs. This is referred to as natal homing. The turtle’s lifespan is approximately seven to 10 years. There are three major stages in the life cycle. The first phase of the life cycle is when the adult turtles lay their eggs in the sand by the beach. They dig a nest hole in the sand and cover it with sand. The eggs will hatch in six to eight weeks, depending on their species. When they hatch, the baby turtles have a tooth that they use to break their shell. The hatchlings mature into juveniles and eventually leave the nest after about two to three months. Read Less