Snapping Turtles

Snapping turtles, which belong to the biological family Chelydridae, are a family of turtles consisting of four living species and several extinct species. Snapping turtles are known for their predatory behavior (they'll eat everything from fish to baby waterfowl such as ducklings) and their belligerent disposition when not in the water. In the United States, common snapping turtles are hunted and used as the main ingredient in turtle soup.

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