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So make yourself a mental note of this: You can always capture a screenshot of anything by sliding your way over to your Pixel's Overview area. Ergonomics aside, that gives you the advantage of getting a completely clean and neat image of whatever's on your screen, without all the usual system interface elements (the status bar, the navigation bar or buttons, and so on) around it.




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2. How does a sea turtle nest? The nesting process consists of several stages. The female turtle emerges from the sea at night and ascends the beach, searching for a suitable nesting site (somewhere dark and quiet). Once at the chosen nesting site, she begins to dig a body pit by using all four flippers. She removes the dry surface sand beneath her, which will later be used to cover the egg chamber. Once she has created a body pit, she begins to dig an egg chamber using her rear flippers, alternating between the right and left flipper to scoops out the damp sand. When she can reach no deeper, she pauses and begins contractions, her rear flippers rising off the sand. Soon she begins laying eggs. Following each contraction, the female turtle will drop between one and four eggs in quick succession. The eggs will almost fill the chamber. Once her clutch is complete, she closes the nest using her rear flippers in a similar way to digging her egg chamber, just in reverse. She places sand on top of the chamber, until the eggs are completely covered. She gently pats the damp sand on top of her eggs, using the underside of her shell (plastron). The camouflaging process now begins. Slowly moving forward, she throws dry, surface sand behind her. This is an effort to conceal the location of her eggs from predators. She may move forward while she is doing this. When she is done, she heads down the beach and returns to sea. Back to top


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