The Loggerhead Sea Turtle
Eat meat and forage
Horseshoe crab, clams, mussels, jellyfish.
Where they eat: by coastal bays, estuaries, and shallow water against continental shelves.
44,560 nesting females
making a nest takes about three hoursnest every two to three yearsabout 100 eggs for each nest65% of eggs hatcheggs as big as chickengo to the samme beach every timemost babies don't even get to the water
great divers, paddle like feet, they can metabolize sea water and turn it into fresh water, imune to the sting of jelly fish.fun factsold enough to be 50 years oldsc state reptilemigrate to warmer water in the winterbecame endangered inJuly 28, 1978Species name Group nameCarolus Linnaeus Flotillu