Female Hatchling

Female Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Galline's Sea Glass Turtle
Birthday: Thursday, November 24, 2022
Owner: Brynmala

Stage Progress: 40.02%
Overall Progress: 70.01%

Sea glass turtle hatchlings are rarely seen in the wild. Once they hatch and make it to the ocean, they proceed to hide in the reef, only coming out a few times a day in search of glass to eat. Their shell at this age is not as vibrant, but that changes over time as they eat more glass. Their shell's color depends on the color of the glass they eat and over the years, their shell color will repeatedly change.

Discovered by magi Daria Galline, these turtles are truly beautiful creatures. Unfortunately, long ago, these turtles were nearly driven to extinction as their shells became prized possessions for the rich. However, their numbers are slowly growing as hunting them has been banned. Many magis have taken to keeping these turtles with the sole purpose of breeding them. Sea glass turtles get their name because of their beautiful, glass shells. These turtles' diet consist of any glass they find, helping to keep the ocean clean in the process. Their shells reflect sunlight as they swim, making them difficult to see for any predators that may want to attack the turtle.

Sprite art: Jrap17 | Description: Jrap17