I’m a Scientist is like school science lessons meet the X Factor! School students choose which scientist gets a prize of $1000 to communicate their work.

Scientists and students talk on this website. They **both **break down barriers, have fun and learn. But only the students get to **vote**.

This zone is the Boron Zone. It has a range of scientists studying all different topics. Who gets the prize? YOU decide!

Another good question Owls

All turtles lay eggs

The number of eggs they lay actually varies quite a lot across all the different species. In general the smaller freshwater turtles will lay between 1 and 5 clutches of around 10 eggs per breeding season, and they may breed every year, but some only breed once every 2 or 3 years.

The sea turtles also have different patterns

Green turtles – 6 clutches of 115 eggs every 4-6 years

Loggerhead turtles 4 clucthes of 120 eggs every 3-5 years

Leatherback turtles – up to 10 clutches of 100 eggs every 3-5 years

Olive ridley & Kemps ridley 2-3 clutches of ~90 eggs every 2 years

Hawksbill turtles 4 clutches of 120 eggs ever 3-5 years

Flatback turtles 3 clutches of 50 eggs every 1 to 2 years

I hope that helps

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