Tiny Turtle Nest Excavation Form
Thank you for taking the time to share the results of your Tiny Turtle Nest excavation! Visit www.MinuteExplorations/TinyTurtleNest.com for more information about sea turtle nesting!
What date did you excavate your nest?
What number nest do you have?
You can find the nest number on the top of your Tiny Turtle Nest.
What type of sea turtle laid this nest?
You can find the species name on the inside lid of your Tiny Turtle Nest.
Loggerhead (Caretta caretta)
Leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea)
Green (Chelonia mydas)
Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata)
Kemp's Ridley (Lepidochelys kempii)
Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea)
Flatback (Natator depressus)
I don't know
How many HATCHED (empty) eggshells did you find?
Hatched eggs are the open eggs left behind when a baby has left the egg. Hatched eggs are represented by WHITE beads.
How many PIPPED eggs did you find?
Pipped eggs are represented by GREEN beads. Pipped means that the egg was partly opened with a baby turtle still inside.
How many INFERTILE eggs did you find?
Infertile eggs are represented by BLUE beads. Infertile eggs are unopened eggs that have no yolk or baby inside.
How many HATCHLINGS did you find?
Hatchlings are baby turtles that made it completely out of the shell, but not out of the nest. Hatchlings are represented by tiny SILVER turtle beads.
Your zip code
What are you going to do with your Tiny Turtle Nest now?
How much did you enjoy the Tiny Turtle Nest activity?
It was boring.
It was fun!
How could we improve this activity to help you learn more about sea turtles?
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