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Appearance: They have two pairs of prefrontal scales, two claws on each of their forelimbs, thick, overlapping scutes on their shells, and mouths that resemble a beak.

Diet: Sponges and jelly fish

Tropical regions of the Alantic and Pacific Oceans. Hard-bottomed and reef habitats containing sponges. In water less than 60 feet deep.

Interesting facts:
The most dangerous time of their lives is right after they hatched and must scramble to the water. This is dangerous because most are eaten by gulls and crabs.

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