What is a loggerhead?

Answer The loggerhead (Caretta caretta) is one of seven species of sea turtle roaming the tropical and temperate regions of the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian oceans. The loggerhead has a proportionally la... Read More »

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What do loggerhead sea turtles eat?

Loggerhead sea turtles eat primarily clams, crabs, sea urchins, sponges and conches. They have also been known to eat, as the World Wildlife Fund website states, "free swimming jellyfish and seemin... Read More »

How do I help loggerhead sea turtles?

Loggerhead sea turtles are amazing marine creatures with an extremely large range that encompasses all but the coldest polar waters. Since 1978, loggerheads have been listed on the EPA's endangered... Read More »

Where do loggerhead turtles live?

Loggerhead sea turtles live in the tropical coasts in the Atlantic Ocean. The population is heavily concentrated around islands near North Carolina and in the Florida Keys. These animals migrate to... Read More »

How are loggerhead sea turtles found?

Loggerhead sea turtles are the most researched type of sea turtle. Perhaps this is because all sea turtles other than a leatherback are part of the loggerhead family, and because they can be found... Read More »