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Hawksbill Sea Turtle

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Zoology
Grade:
12

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Hawksbill Sea Turtle by Ruben J. Soto

Biome

The majority of Hawksbill Sea Turtles live in the tropical areas of both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans,you can see them if you underwater because Hawksbeak sea turtle only go down only 65 feet. Hawksbill Sea Turtles have many animal live them in the mollusks, marine algae, crustaceans, sea urchins, fish, and jellyfish(their prey). fish, sharks, crocodiles, octopuses, and humans (Which are turtle predator). Hawksbill sea turtle migrated to two and three year to put in the shore to lay their egg.It's got it's name by his beak amd how basically strong to eat fish and algaeand even the oral reef.

The Special problem was the selling and hunting of the shells from the Hawksbill Sea Turtle. Another special problem is the Hawksbill sea turtle is endangred because of human interacting with them and hunting and sell to them in Blacket flea Market. Conservation It is estimated that a Hawkbill Sea Turtle can live up to 50 years in the wild is their natural flaw. The Hawksbill sea turtle is frequetnly hunt even still today over jewel and product over Asia and the egg of Hawkbill sea turtle is used for food.

Hypothesis

Special Problem

The Hawksbill Sea Turtle problem could be handle by,In theory to stop Human traffic hunting for the Hawksbill Sea Turtle by protesting in japan and indian. But there another problem and that's Hawksbill Sea Turtle ,it's self beause the marine animal have no self defense with the predator even the shell is weak point and my solution that could is protecting it's sea habit and tracking their migration.

Henry, Leigh. "Hawksbill Turtle." WorldWildlife.org. World Wildlife Fund, Feb.-Mar. 2014. Web. 19 Feb. 2016. My research was using website and putting my hypothesis by the evidence and search the Turtle weakness during it's habit and fing slotution by other scientist way of decrease the endanger of this animal

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