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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
a snapping turtle
It was a snapping turtle.
No birds eat it. The snapping turtle has a very dangerous shell.
i thinks its a snapping turtle
in the river
Any kind besides a snapping turtle. I'd reccomend a box turtle or a spotted one.
One type of turtle is the snapping turtle. It is an awesome kind of turtle! :)
The good thing about a baby snapping turtle is that they dont like to bask so u dont need a light. U should set the tank up with a rock and a piece of lettuce, or some kind of water plants so that the baby snapper can hide under it
Most likely an alligator snapping turtle.
regular tap water
Generally, they will have tough, leathery skin.
snapping turtles i think
they usually live in kind of a swampy area
The Alabama red bellied turtle is the kind of baby turtle that has orange on its stomach and has long claws.
a snapping turtle lives in shallow waters. Thank you for asking.
Chelydra serpentina The Snapping Turtle can grow to a very large size, 20-40 cm on average. It's shell is dark brown, rough and usually covered in algae. The Snapping Turtle can be found in waters ranging from slow moving rivers to stagnate ponds. Although this turtle has received a bad reputation for allegedly biting swimmers and eating baby ducks in reality it is very shy in the water and will retreat from anything except lunch. On land, when threatened it will live up to it's reputation by snapping and hissing while standing on all fours and rocking back and forth. Basically Snapping Turtles eat carrion, their reputation for killing baby ducks could only come from an over abundance or a number of sick baby ducks and only when the Snappers' other food resources are depleted.
Hi I'm Jada fairley If its that color its a snapping turtle For more questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
depends on wat kind of turtle but normally a heat lamp a filter if u want a rock and something the turtle can hide under
Snappers are one kind of turtle that eats frogs.Specifically, the term snappers functions as a common name for snapping turtles. It is used to refer to alligator (Macrochelys temminckii) and common (Chelydra serpentina) snapping turtles. Both share an appreciation for amphibians in general and frogs in particular when it comes to prey.
t painted turtles can live in the same aquriam but DO NOT put a snapping turtle or painting turtle together not ant other but there own kind
It depends what kind of turtle it is is and how big it is.