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The jaws of a loggerhead sea turtle are adapted for crushing and grinding. Loggerheads’, Kemp’s ridleys’, and olive ridleys have jaws that are well adapted for crushing and grinding. Their diet consists primarily of crabs, mollusks, shrimps, jellyfish, and vegetation.What is unique about loggerhead turtles?
What makes loggerhead turtle unique? Loggerhead turtles are named for their large heads that support powerful jaw muscles, allowing them to crush hard-shelled prey like clams and sea urchins. They are less likely to be hunted for their meat or shell compared to other sea turtles. How long do loggerhead turtles live? 70 to 80 yearsHow big does a loggerhead turtle grow?
The only living member of the genus Caretta, the Loggerhead sea turtle can grow up to an intimidating 364 kg and 1.1 metres long. The species is so named for the turtle's over-large head punctuated by a set of strong jaws suitable for feeding on a wide range of sea life from mollusks (whelks and conch) to crustaceans (crabs and shrimp) to fish and jellyfish.Why are loggerhead turtles endangered?
Loggerhead turtles are endangered due to many factors, but one of the most significant is hunting. Loggerheads are hunted for their meat, eggs, and skin. This hunting has contributed to a decrease in their population, and it is important that we do what we can to protect them.