The Endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle is primarily a sponge eater, think like what your loofa is made out of, using its narrow hawk-like beak to pull soft morsels from crevices on the reef, which in turn frees up space for young coral polyps to grow! Sponge colors and patterns can seem so surreal and illusionary, and when found bunched in a bouquet, can indicate an imbalance in the environment. This lushness pays homage to the decline in both corals and Hawksbill sea turtles over the previous three decades, which are the core factors that lead to an explosion of sponges that encroached on Florida reefs.
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