Hawksbill Turtle

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Male hawksbill turtles are distinguished from females by a brighter pigmentation, a concave plastron, long claws, and a thicker tail.

There is sexual dimorphism in the physiology of the hawksbill turtle.

Male hawksbill turtles are distinguished from females by a brighter pigmentation, a concave plastron, long claws, and a thicker tail.

Sources: (Edelman, 2004; Turtle Trax, 2005)
Image: Markus Fritze

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