A Hawksbill Sea Turtle is a smaller sea turtle indeginious to the Pacific and Indian Ocean. Upon reaching adulthood, The grow to 45 inches and weigh about 150 lbs. The have two distinctive features, claws on each flipper and their mouths which resemble a bird’s or hawk’s beak. Here is a picture:
They are also usually amber colored, with lots of patterns on their shells and streaks of light brown and black. They typically live in coral reefs and feed on sponges, which they use their ‘beak’ to pick up.
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