Pacific loggerhead sea turtles spend up to a decade feeding on small crabs in
an area off the coast of Mexico's Baja California. Alarmingly, more
than 1,000 North Pacific loggerheads die every year when they are
accidentally caught up in fishermen's nets. The bycatch toll of
loggerheads in Mexican waters is one of the highest in the world — and it is
jeopardizing their survival.