Green Sea Turtles are named for the green color of the fat found under its shell.
They spend most of their lives submerged, but must come to the surface and breathe air.
At sleep/rest they submerge and can hold their breath for 4-7 hours while relaxed.
They can live for 70-80 years.
Hawaii's Green Sea Turtles breed and birth their young in the French Frigate Shoals (located 550 nautical miles NW of Honolulu).
A nest of turtle eggs is called a "clutch" and can have between 80-120 eggs.
90% of turtle eggs will hatch while only 1 in 4,000 babies actually live to be an adult.
Males travel to the breeding grounds annually, while females visit every 2 years.
They can weigh-in at a whopping 700 pounds.
The male's tail is slightly larger and longer than the female.