How Do Turtles Communicate?

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There are more than 200 types of turtles and they each may have their own way to communicate with each other. One way some turtles communicate is by bobbing their head at each other. They can also feel vibrations from their surroundings to know if there are enemies nearby. There isn't too much known about how or if turtles communicate very much with each other.
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How Do Turtles Communicate?
There are many different kinds of turtles, over 250 species in fact. You can find them almost anywhere. Many people confuse turtles and tortoises. What you call these shelled creatures of the order Chelonia, may just depend on where you live. In... More »
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