Turtles are known as our best friend in the entire universe. Did you know that in average, you will encounter at least 3 turtles in your life? WOW! Did you also know that this paragraph is not made with any of the p-tags? Of course it isn’t! We are the students of CSCI 1170, and we Know how to break the rules because were bunch of rebels!! also, we have nooooooo clue what semantics are so we're just going to use a bunch of divs...

good news! this is my render of a

turtle! it's uncropped! not sized correctly! it looks super long and we love it that way.
We also love ms paint turtl

check this turtle doing a somersault in the middle of the ocean!

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Vivi 7/10 United States of America
Lili 8/10 Canada Florida Box Turtle
Kiki 9/10 Mexico
Mimi 10/10 Insert fourth North American country here

Bunnies are the cutest animals on the planet. They are the best
friends with turtles.
WOW! Although turtles are encountered at least 3 times in an individual's life, bunnies are encountered at least 150 times in an individual's life. The most popular breed of bunnies are the holland lop. These bunnies are well known for their cute faces,
fluffy fur, and sagging ears.


Here is a picture!

How to get a bunny?


Still not convinced bunnies are cool?


What a funny image! Turtles are slow too, but bunnies jump everywhere which is scientifically proven faster than turtles. research has shown bunnies are like the best pets to have. This is because they groom themselves! DON'T BELIEVE THIS CREDIBLE SOURCE check out this credible source. More cool bunnies


Bunnies eat plenty of things, from carrots and parsley to
Turtles don't each much. They are pretty cool animals too! But really can they jump?

The coolest turtle is this guy. scientifically proven

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Facts about different turtles spieces

Hawksbill Turtle

Hawksbills are named for their narrow, pointed beak. They also have a distinctive pattern of overlapping scales on their shells that form a serrated-look on the edges. Hawksbills are found mainly throughout the world's tropical oceans, predominantly in coral reefs. They feed mainly on sponges by using their narrow pointed beaks to extract them from crevices on the reef, but also eat sea anemones and jellyfish. Sea turtles are the living representatives of a group of reptiles that has existed on Earth and travelled our seas for the last 100 million years. They are a fundamental link in marine ecosystems and help maintain the health of coral reefs and sea grass beds.

Loggerhead Turtle

Loggerhead turtles are named for their large heads that support powerful jaw muscles, allowing them to crush hard-shelled prey like clams and sea urchins. They are less likely to be hunted for their meat or shell compared to other sea turtles. Bycatch, the accidental capture of marine animals in fishing gear, is a serious problem for loggerhead turtles because they frequently come in contact with fisheries. Loggerheads are the most common turtle in the Mediterranean, nesting on beaches from Greece and Turkey to Israel and Libya. Many of their nesting beaches are under threat from tourism development. Sea turtles are the living representatives of a group of reptiles that has existed on Earth and travelled our seas for the last 100 million years.

Leatherback Turtle

Leatherback turtles are named for their shell, which is leather-like rather than hard, like other turtles.They are the largest sea turtle species and also one of the most migratory, crossing both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Pacific leatherbacks migrate from nesting beaches in the Coral Triangle all the way to the California coast to feed on the abundant jellyfish every summer and fall. Although their distribution is wide, numbers of leatherback turtles have seriously declined during the last century as a result of intense egg collection and fisheries bycatch. Globally, leatherback status according to IUCN is listed as Vulnerable, but many subpopulations (such as in the Pacific and Southwest Atlantic) are Critically Endangered.

Green Turtle

The green turtle is one of the largest sea turtles and the only herbivore among the different species. Green turtles are in fact named for the greenish color of their cartilage and fat, not their shells. In the Eastern Pacific, a group of green turtles that have darker shells are called black turtles by the local community. Green turtles are found mainly in tropical and subtropical waters. Like other sea turtles, they migrate long distances between feeding grounds and the beaches from where they hatched. Classified as endangered, green turtles are threatened by overharvesting of their eggs, hunting of adults, being caught in fishing gear and loss of nesting beach sites.

Olive Ridley Turtle

The name for this sea turtle is tied to the color of its shell—an olive green hue. They are currently the most abundant of all sea turtles. Their vulnerable status comes from the fact that they nest in a very small number of places, and therefore any disturbance to even one nest beach could have huge repercussions on the entire population.

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