Hawksbills are viewed as Critically Endangered the world over by the IUCN Red List

Hawksbills are viewed as Critically Endangered the world over by the IUCN Red List. Endangered it’s seriously at risk of extinction. There are a few researchers believe the Eastern Pacific hawksbill is the most endangered sea turtle populace around the world. The number of turtles decreased mostly 80% in the last century, primarily due to the trade in their beautiful carapace (shell), also referred to as (tortoiseshell), they have killed Hawksbills to get off their precious shields. The shell is utilized for things, for example, jewelry, combs and brushes, and inlay in furniture and other beautiful pieces. Additionally, in light of the fact that their eggs are considered in many countries as rare and useful food.