Loggerhead Turtle || CollectA


Embark on an ocean adventure with the realistic Loggerhead Turtle Figurine by CollectA, now gracing the shelves of Sticks & Stones Education. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this lifelike sea turtle figurine captures the grace and beauty of one of the ocean's most iconic creatures.

Constructed from high-quality, durable materials, this figurine stands ready to accompany young explorers on endless adventures while retaining its breathtaking appearance. From its intricate shell patterns to its gentle, inquisitive expression, every feature embodies the majestic nature of the loggerhead turtle.

Whether sparking imaginative play, serving as a captivating learning resource, or adding an enchanting touch to marine-themed displays, the CollectA Loggerhead Turtle Figurine promises to ignite curiosity and wonder in children of all ages. Dive deep into the realm of ocean exploration and conservation with this exquisite piece, available exclusively at Sticks & Stones Education.


  • CollectA Loggerhead Turtle
  • Size : 7cm x 6.5cm x 2cm
  • Suitable for ages 3+
  • Made from PVC,
  • Painted with non-toxic acrylic paints.

Fun Facts about loggerhead turtles:

Loggerhead turtles are fascinating creatures with many interesting traits. Here are some fun facts about them:

Impressive Size: Loggerhead turtles are one of the largest species of sea turtles, with adults typically reaching lengths of around 3 feet (1 meter) and weighing up to 300-400 pounds (136-181 kilograms).

Distinctive Shell: Loggerhead turtles have a large, heart-shaped shell (carapace) that is reddish-brown in color. Their shells are thicker and more robust compared to other sea turtle species, providing them with protection against predators and the harsh ocean environment.

Long Migration: Loggerhead turtles are known for their long-distance migrations between foraging and nesting areas. Some individuals travel thousands of miles between feeding grounds and nesting beaches over the course of a single year.

Powerful Jaws: Loggerhead turtles have strong jaws and specialized muscles that enable them to crush and consume hard-shelled prey such as crustaceans, mollusks, and horseshoe crabs. Their diet also includes fish, jellyfish, and seaweed.

Nesting Habits: Female loggerhead turtles return to the same beaches where they were born to lay their eggs, a behavior known as natal homing. They typically nest at night and can lay several clutches of eggs during a single nesting season.

Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination: The sex of loggerhead turtle hatchlings is determined by the temperature at which the eggs are incubated. Warmer temperatures during incubation tend to produce more females, while cooler temperatures result in more males.

Threats and Conservation: Loggerhead turtles face numerous threats, including habitat loss, pollution, entanglement in fishing gear, and ingestion of marine debris. They are listed as a threatened species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and are protected by various conservation measures.

Lifespan: Loggerhead turtles have a long lifespan, with individuals capable of living for several decades or more. However, many hatchlings do not survive to adulthood due to predation and other environmental hazards.

Global Distribution: Loggerhead turtles are found in oceans around the world, primarily in tropical and subtropical regions. They inhabit coastal waters, coral reefs, and offshore habitats, where they forage for food and undertake migrations.

Cultural Significance: Loggerhead turtles hold cultural and spiritual significance for many coastal communities around the world, who view them as symbols of resilience, wisdom, and connection to the sea. They are also a popular subject for ecotourism and conservation efforts