Illness or disease. Contaminated water. Lost it's snap?
An alligator snapping turtle would eat mostly small fish, and raw meat.
A snapping turtle will go after rabbits. Other kinds of turtles would not go after a rabbit unless they were bothered by it.
what will happen if allegator snapping turtules
the snapping turtles climate can be a warm climate like Florida or a seasonal climate like Maine. In a climate like Florida, the snapping turtle would always be active, in a climate like Maine the snapping turtle would hibernate
There are different types of sea turtles. A snapping turtle is one. Another example would be a leatherback turtle.
probably not its not a good idea. the beta fish and the snapping turtle would fight each other till the detah. and the turtle would end up winning
yeah, its just tat the turtle would bite u of course
Not very dangerous! Snapping turtles can bite your hand off if you provoke them.
well since turtles eat plants they can't be predators, and i dont know any animals that would eat a turtle so as far as i know, neither Many turtles are predatory, such as the snapping turtle, and alligator snapping turtle.
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There isn't a yes or no answer to this question. It really depends on your preference. Most people probably wouldn't think a snapping turtle would be a good pet because they can be dangerous. The best answer to this question is no. Although snapping turtles are neat they can be dangerous to people. They also have their own home in the wild so you really shouldn't take them away from there just to keep them as a pet. If you want a turtle I would suggest not getting a snapping turtle but going to the pet store and buying a regular turtle.
No, the snapper would take a bite out of him.
Snapping turtles will try to eat anything it can get its jaws on. (Be careful with your fingers!) But I would recommend feeding it bugs and meat. I would also recommend not having a snapping turtle as a pet, since they are aggressive.
I don't know how it would be expressed in foot pounds or "ergs", but I do know that an adult (24" carapace) snapping turtle can snap a broom handle in half with no problem - I have seen it myself.
small insects that you would find in a stream or creek
you hiss very quietly as a momma snapping turtle would to her babies.
i would recommend turtleman.com which is also called loggerhead acres. they have alligator and common snappers. do not buy off turtle sale or turtle source.
i would say in creeks and ponds around hot climates
if the cake was an unbaked snapping turtle cake then sure this would happen
Things like they would eat in the wild like worms, fish, plants...
i dont no, but if someone in this world knows please tell us we would like to know.
Yes, turtles can survive in many environments, as long as they are fed.
I don't fully understand your question, but I think it would be bad..