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Pretty much all the hawksbill turtle’s food can be found in coral reefs. They will often eat sponges. But it will also use its strong beak to munch and crunch on snails, sea urchins, starfish, jellyfish, and even octopi. It will also eat seagrasses and different types of algae. As it eats both plants and animals, it is an omnivore.
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