Hawksbill Turtle

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In general, hawksbill turtles are found in water no deeper than 18.3 m., or 60 ft., but larger turtles may inhabit deeper sites.

As they increase in size, immature hawksbill turtles typically inhabit a series of developmental habitats, with some tendency for larger turtles to inhabit deeper sites.

In general, hawksbill turtles are found in water no deeper than sixty feet, or 18.3 meters.

Sources: (Bowen et al. 2007; Edelman, 2004; Lutz and Musick, 1997; Mortimer & Donnelly, 2008; Pope, 1939; van Dam & Diez 1997)
Image: Tim Sheerman Chas

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