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The Honu. By Nahj Naeole. The Physical description of the Honu. The honu is scaly, greenish, it’s also endangered because it gets trapped in fishermen nets, some are black, it has a flat body, it has a beak on it’s head, it has a short neck, it has short paddle like arms so it swims great.

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The honu

The Honu

By Nahj Naeole


The physical description of the honu

The Physical description of the Honu

  • The honu is scaly, greenish, it’s also endangered because it gets trapped in fishermen nets, some are black, it has a flat body, it has a beak on it’s head, it has a short neck, it has short paddle like arms so it swims great


Habitat

Habitat

  • It lives in the pacific ocean, they spend in the deep pelagic water, they also live in lagoons, it matters where there eggs are laid .


What is the honu is harmed by

What is the honu is harmed by

  • It’s harmed by sharks, it’s harmed by humans to, crabs, also by small marine mammals, sometimes when they hatch they get eaten by seagulls.


How was it important to hawaiians

How was it important to Hawaiians

  • They used it for an ancient source of food, there shell was used for ornaments because of it’s symbol luck.


Other cool facts

Other cool facts

  • They can be 400 pounds, they can be 50 years old, they can be 4-feet long, the main predator is the tiger shark, there is a law to protect them.


Sources

Sources

  • Google. Com.

  • Honu sheet.


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