No they do not make holes in the ground because they like to sit in the sun, not in the dirt.
Gopher turtles make holes in the dirt where they live. They are found in Florida and Georgia. They are also found in a few other Southern states in the United States. There are other types of turtles that make holes in the ground.
Sea turtles crawl onto the beach and make holes above the high tide mark. They lay their eggs in those holes.
Other turtles dig holes to bury their eggs.
You can make 3 wholes
Ten fifths make two wholes.
tortises eat plant material
You can make 4 wholes from 8 halves.
There are 24 eighths in 3 wholes
eights make up 3 wholes
the desert tortises gets 600 pounds it relly deppends what kind
Ten tenths make 1 whole. So 40 tenths make 4 wholes.
4 quarters make a whole, so 8 quarters would make up 2 wholes.
It takes 7/7 to make one whole. That means it would take 21/7 to make 3 wholes.
No they do not.
18 of them.
Turtles and Tortises
There are ten tenths in a whole. Therefore: 10 X 2 = 20 (twenty tenths in two wholes).
6 sixths make a whole so 3 wholes would be 6 X 3 = 18 18 sixths make 3 wholes
5 wholes is 15 thirds so your improper fraction is 17/3
by putting your fingers on the wholes and blowing