Hawksbill sea turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) are found in all warm seas of the southwestern Pacific and other tropical oceans of the world. They are endangered and are not endemic to Hawai'i. Hawksbill turtle adults are approximately 3 feet in length. They can weigh 100 lbs. or more. The beak-like mouth and two pairs of large shields on the top of their heads make the hawksbill sea turtles different from other turtles. They also have two claws on each flipper. Sponges are their main diet.The color of adult hawksbill turtles is black or dark brown, very richly clouded.