Loggerhead Sea Turtle
They prefer coastal habitats, but often frequent inland water bodies and will travel hundreds of miles out to sea. The largest of all hard-shelled turtles, they have massive heads, strong jaws, and reddish-brown shell. Primarily carnivores, eating jellyfish, conchs, crab, and even fish, but will eat seaweed, and saragrassum occasionally.
World Wide Fund for Nature tries to reduce turtle bycatch by working with fisheries to switch to more turtle-friendly fishing hooks and recommends the use of devices that exclude turtles from nets.