Can Turtles Come out of Their Shells?

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Turtles can not come out of their shells. Shells are attached by muscle and membrane to the turtle. The shell continues to grow as long as the turtle grows. Some turtles have the ability to live 100 years or more.
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1. Set the turtle on the floor or the exam table and wait a few minutes. The turtle may begin to feel comfortable and come out of its shell. 2. Set a piece of lettuce or a few carrot
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the turtle might die.
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1 Change your clothing . If your clothes are all a depressing shade of grey or black, try something colorful! This might boost your self esteem a little! 2 Don't be afraid to talk
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A turtle mainly needs a lot of time (and patience! to adapt to
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