Yes. Adult snapping turtles will eat baby snapping turtles.
Yes baby snapping turles can :)
Illness or disease. Contaminated water. Lost it's snap?
You can tell when a baby snapping turtle is dieing when it does not move at all for five minutes and a liquid poors slowly out of its mouth.
You can let go of the baby snapping turtle when its older.Or if your taking care of it when damaged you can let go of it when its know longer hurt.
An alligator snapping turtle would eat mostly small fish, and raw meat.
Aligator snapping turtles and regular snapping turtles can be told apart by the tail on the aligator snapping turtle, which is longer with jagged spines. Its tail resembles an aligators thus the name aligator snapping turtle. It also has a more defined shell when its young so it will have larger looking spines than a regular snapping turtle. Hope this helps. Common snapping turtles have a pinkish mouth and alligater snapping turtles have brownish mouth
Common snapping turtle
Alligator Snapping Turtle are endangered because of the human poachers , and are being killed :( ,simpples'duzit baby, x
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yes i have a baby alligator snaping turtle and it bit me on my finger and had a grip on it
Most snapping turtles don't like to bask often, especially at a young age due to their vulnerability to predators in the wild. As long as the turtle is swimming normally, eating, and coming up for air it should be ok. A good site to find out more about snapping turtles is Austins Turtle Page.
No the parents usually disappear after eggs are laid and the baby's fend for themselves
Haha no.Snapping turtles like to sit around all day
a snapping turtle snaps a turtle doesent
this is a picture of a snapping turtle
yes of course
use an old tooth brush.
yes; there is also an alligator snapping turtle
aligator snapping turtle
You should not even own a snapping turtle but if you have special permission to own one that okay. Your turtle might be to cold so get it a heating lamp. If that does not work it is probably dead.
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the phylum for the snapping turtle is Chordata