What should you do if your baby snapping turtle is only two inches long and is not eating?
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The difference between a female snapping turtle and a male snapping turtle is the difference in their tales. Each snapping turtle has a small cirlce looking shape on theie tale. If it is a female snapping turtle, it's circle will be closer to the shell (or the butt) an if it is a male snapping turtle, the circle will not neccesarily be at the end of the tail, but it is certainly not near the…
Alligator snapping turtles are larger and have much stronger bites. Alligator snapping turtle also live longer than common snapping turtles. Alligator snapping turtles can live to be 100 at the longest while the common snapping turtle lives to be around 70 at the maximum. Alligator snapping turtles have smaller shells and bigger heads. Common snapping turtles have the oppisite.
How do you tell the difference between a baby common snapping turtle and a baby alligator snapping turtle?
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