How to Identify an Alligator Snapping Turtle.?

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1. Look at the belly shell of the turtle if possible. This will require handling the turtle, so take precautions. Use a shovel, stick or broom to gently turn the turtle onto its back. The belly shell (called the plastron) of all snapping turtles
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n. A large freshwater snapping turtle (Macroclemys temminckii) of the south-central United States, having a rough carapace and powerful hooked jaws. Also called alligator snapper .
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Adult alligator snapping turtles have no predators in the wild except for humans. Small turtles can be eaten by birds and certain mammals that live in the same habitat though.
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Alligator snapping turtle - largest freshwater turtle in N America. It has a
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