Hawksbill Turtle

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Hawksbill turtles are found in shoals, sea grass, algal beds, mangrove bays, lagoons, islands, creeks, mud flats, continental shelves, and hard-bottomed and reef habitats containing sponges.

Hawksbill turtles are most commonly found in neritic developmental foraging habitats that may comprise coral reefs or other hard-bottom habitats containing sponges.

They also reside in shoals, sea grass, algal beds, mangrove bays, lagoons of oceanic islands, creeks, mud flats, and continental shelves.

Sources: (Edelman, 2004; Lutz and Musick, 1997; Mortimer & Donnelly, 2008; Musick & Limpus, 1997; Pope, 1939; WWF)
Image: Christian Gloor

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