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Hawksbill Turtle cruising along coral wall

Hawksbill Turtle cruising along coral wall

The Hawksbill Turtle gets its common name from the shape of its curved, pointed beak, which resembles that of a bird of prey. They use this beak to feed on sponges and other invertebrates growing on coral reefs. 

 

  • Extinction Risk: Endangered (seriously at risk of extinction)
  • Scientific Name: Eretmochelys imbricata
  • Resolution:  4K 3840 x 2160

    Frame Rate:  29.97 fps

    Bitrate:  ≈150 Mbps

    File Type:  MP4

    Codec:  H.264

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