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The green sea turtles are known as honu in Hawaii, and they are an essential part of the ocean environment. Fortunately, their population has increased significantly since their protection in 1978 from the harvest of eggs and turtles by humans. Green sea turtle shells can range from an live brown to black in color, and they can grow between 200-500 pounds. They primarily eat algae, and you will find them foraging along coral and rocks. Some Hawaiian families consider the honu as a aumakua (personal family diety), and the turtles should not be harmed or eaten. It is a very peaceful and beautiful sight to watch them in their natural habitat. If you see any laying out on the beach or swimming in the ocean, enjoy them from a distance and do not feed, touch, or change their natural behavior in any way. Depending on how you’d like to spend your day, we have a turtle snorkel for you!