Did you know that this is an endangered species.
It migrates back to the same beach it was born on to lay eggs.
Eats mainly turtle grass
Can live up to 100 yrs
Mating occurs every two to three years normally in shallow waters.
Hawksbill eggs are still eaten around the world despite the turtle’s international protected status.
Hawksbills are omnivorous and will also eat mollusks, marine algae, crustaceans, sea urchins, fish, and jellyfish.
Sea stars have no brains and no blood. Their nervous system is spread through their arms and their “blood” is actually filtered sea water.
Sea stars are famous for their ability to regenerate limbs, and in some cases, entire bodies.
Starfish can live as long as 35 years.
It is estimated that top speed for the species may be as fast as 36 mph (58 kph).
The species is reported to attain a size of 2 meters, 50 kg.
Great barracudas feed on an array of prey including fishes such as jacks, grunts, groupers, snappers, small tunas