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2017-06-18 13:40:38
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A snapping turtle is a species of turtle. There are two types: alligator snapping turtle and common snapping turtle. Both have an extremely tough jaw. They have longer tails than other turtles.


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A snapping turtle is a kind of turtle. There lots of different kinds of turtles. A snapping turtle is one of them. They snap, obviously. I really hope that helped

An alligator snapping turtle is a large freshwater turtle of the genus Macrochelys.

It's a snapping turtle. Come on, you should know this!

Gulf snapping turtle was created in 1994.

the snapping turtle will run rateat you if you get to close and will most likely bite you.

Yes. Adult snapping turtles will eat baby snapping turtles.

If snapping turtles have salt the tongue of the snapping turtle will dry out and the turtle will have no interest to eat.

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Yes, there is a species of an alligator snapping turtle. sammi was here!

No, a snapping turtle is an omnivore- it eats both plants and meat.

No a snapping turtle will not eat a cat! So it is impossible!

alagator snapping turtle. this is their range.> defaultNoCap.aspx (600×615)

a adult snapping turtle can weigh up to 25kg.

No, b/c the sea turtle lives a lot longer than the snapping turtle.

The alligator snapping turtle uses its worm shaped tongue to lure fish close, then the alligator snapping turtle eats the fish.

They are all types of turtles : the snapping turtle, sea turtle, and box turtle.

it depends on his characteristic

i believe the common adaptions of the common snapping turtle are anonymous.

Where are snapping turtle testicals? Inside the body cavity adjacent to the kidneys.

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