National Geographic : 1946 Oct
Land of the Painted Oxcarts 419 Like Lobsters in a Pen, Turtles Await a Second Capture When Needed for Soup or Steak Boys dive into water pens at Lim6n, catch hold of a swimming turtle, then tie a line around a foreflipper. Two men on the pier haul the heavy chelonian up an inclined runway. Captive turtles feed on floating grass and weeds. They are taken from the sea in floating nets, and by harpooning.