Loggerhead sea turtles are one of the marine species that are close to the U.S. They’re on the endangered species list which is sad. These turtles have a life span of 50 years, and that can decrease if we don’t help them.
We can help loggerhead sea turtle by:
- Cleaning up the Beaches
Since sandy beaches are nesting sites for many sea turtles, we should clean up our beaches. If we clean up our beaches many sea turtles would come to nest and that can help increase the sea turtle populations and give the people a chance to see turtle nesting season.
- Recycle or find a different way of disposing plastic.
Since many sea turtles eat jellyfish, plastic bags can look very familiar to a jellyfish. When a turtle tries to digest a plastic bag it can get stuck in their throat and/or stomach which won’t allow them to digest anything else.
- Volunteer in sea turtle organizations.
Many organizations fund to help save sea turtles by trying to create a natural reserve area for sea turtles to be protected. In these natural reserve sea turtles can be nurtured, healed,feed,etc
You are not limited to these suggesting Create your own ideas one idea can make a change if you out all your hard work and effort in it.