H is for Hawksbill Turtle

H is for Hawksbill Turtle. Animal Alphabets by Bearman cartoons

H is for Hawksbill Turtle.  This entry into the Animal Alphabets Cartoon series, gets its name from their narrow pointed beak that resembles a hawk.   Native of the tropics, the Hawksbill keeps the coral reef lively by removing and eating the sponges that grow on them.  Their shells are used in collectible items and along with overfishing are the reason they are endangered. (source)

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  1. lisleman says:

    Nice animals – are they easier to draw than people? It seems to me that there are more animal characters in cartoons than human.

  2. Binky says:

    No wonder they’re endangered, he looks like a chocolate-shelled turtle.

  3. I saw a turtle in South Carolina, the Yellow Bellied Slider Turtle…they looked kinda like a small burger!

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