Yes , in India they are placed in the Ganges river to help dispose of corpses placed there according to Indian 'burial' practises .
Alligator snapping turtles are not the prey of any type of animal other than humans. However, their eggs are eaten by birds and raccoons.
I would probally think they would
Humans, herons, alligators, snapping turtles, otters, osprey, bald eagles.
at least an inch in any cage it is in
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Of course they do...just like any other animal. yes they do
Yes, but a lot of work. The only edible parts are the legs, and they must be skinned after removing them from the animal (the inside of the shell is nothing but intestines). Breaded and deep fried, they taste like a combination of chicken and pork chop.
Since I live at a home that has a creek, I know what it is like to have baby snapping turtles. I have also taken care of a couple big ones. Snapping turtles eat worms, June Bugs, crickets and small fish. If it is a baby, cut the worms and fish up smaller. They will eat whole crickets and June Bugs though.
Alligator Snapping Turtles ( M temminckii) are not indigenous to South Carolina. There is actually very little cooberating evidence of any being captured in South Carolina. The Alligator Snapping Turtle is often confused with the Common Snapping Turtle (C serpentina). The Alligator Snapping Turtle is threatened in it's native habitat, and is protected under several Federal and State laws.
no turtles are not very talented although can be taught things such as to hide and they often do that on there own.
Yes snapping turtles can contract various diseases depending on their environment and lifestyle. Common diseases among snapping turtles include: Viruses such as the Ranavirus Parasites such as flukes tapeworms and nematodes Bacterial infections such as shell rot Fungal infections such as shell rot and eye infectionsIn addition snapping turtles can contract a variety of other diseases including respiratory infections skin disorders and even cancer. It is important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of these diseases as well as the potential causes and treatments in order to ensure the health and well-being of your snapping turtle.
Most turtles do not eat snakes as most of them are vegetarians. Snakes do not eat turtles either because of their hard shell. However, snapping turtles are omnivores and will gladly eat any snake they can catch in their tough, powerful jaws.