How Do Turtles Move?

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Turtles move because they have legs, arms and feet just like we do. Except they're on all four like most mammals and reptiles. And the myths that turtles are slow, is totally false. I've never seen a turtle move as fast as a red slider turtle.
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1. Drill air holes through the container lid, from the underside of the lid. This will keep the bottom side of the lid smooth so the turtle does not damage its shell. Alternatively,
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Using its legs/flippers!
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If you can see the eggs, they are probably not fertile, or have been damaged already. Fertile eggs are buried in nests. Eggs are often laid in bad places by young inexperienced turtles
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A turtle moves faster than a slug, unless the slug was on a skateboard. For
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Turtles are unmistakable. Their shells set them apart from all other animals, and render them perhaps the most anatomically interesting of vertebrates. The shell is not an exoskeleton, as some people mistakenly... More »
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Turtles move very slowly and they use their four legs to crawl around. They will go into their shells sometimes, but when they want to move they come out and move about the ground.
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