What conflict was the Turtle developed for?
The American Revolution
What economic conflict of interest developed between the northern and southern states during the 1800's?
Between the hungry monkey and the turtle, the monkey ate all the turtles bananas and went to sleep in it's tree so the turtle yelled "Alligator" Which startled the monkey causing him to fall onto bamboo and die. (A really great turtle, eh?) Between the turtle and the rest of the monkeys, turtle cut up the dead monkeys body and traded it with the other monkeys. When the turtle told the monkeys what they had…
There are many different kinds of turtles Pancake turtle, Giant turtle, Box turtle, Snapping turtles, Red eared slider turtle, Painted turtle,Spotted turtle, Sea turtle, loggerhead turtle, leatherback turtle, bog turtle, wood turtle, Blanding turtle, Barbours map turtle, Red bellied turtle, Diamondback terrapin turtle, Florida cooter, Arizona mud turtle, Florida softshell turtle, Stripeneck musk turtle, and the Pacific ridley and many many more
Who were the leaders of American Indian and U.S. forces in the conflict in the North west territory?
Governments worked at 'cleaning up' the trade in diamonds where conflict diamonds were mined. They developed The Kimberly Process, whereby stones are certified as being conflict-free. The Kimberly Process is not per se, a social policy, but it is a government policy employed nearly world-wide based on conflict diamonds and their power to inflict death and destruction on societies.
the answer to that is yes well, sort of, a map turtle is a variety of species: Mississippi map turtle Texas map turtle Cagle's map turtle Black knobbed map turtle Ouachita map turtle P.s. if you want to get a map turtle you should get the Texas map turtle! the males at full maturity get to about 3.5 inches