The yellow-headed turtle (Lophocephalus gordonii) is a sea turtle that lives in shallow water in shallow coastal waters and can grow up to four feet long.
Its head is a greenish color and its body is gray-green.
Like other green sea turtles, it is one of the largest of all sea turtles.
The green mountain turtles live in deep waters, where the surface is dark and sandy, and they feed primarily on snails, crustaceans and crustacean larvae.
However, the green mountain, or green sea turtle, is the only one of its species to live in shallow freshwater in the deep-sea world.
The green mountain is among the most abundant sea turtles in the world.
They have been caught from the Caribbean and in the Gulf of Mexico.
There are about 600 green sea shells in the United States alone.
Green mountain turtles are found in nearly all coastal waters of the United State and their numbers have been increasing each year since the 1970s, when they were considered a threatened species.
Green sea turtles are a common sight in the Caribbean, particularly in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and the Bahamas.
The shell of green sea lizards can be found along the Atlantic coast, and the species can also be found in Florida and parts of Texas.
A study published in the journal Nature in 2015 found that sea turtles on the West Coast of the U.S. are being caught and kept alive at a far greater rate than the rest of the country.
The study found that in the past 20 years, more than 1,100 sea turtles were killed by human-caused human-activity in the U