How Fast Does a Turtle Run?

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A turtle does not really 'run' but some species can walk on land rather quickly if they are trying to avoid a predator or reach a treat. Many turtle are faster in the water than they are on land.
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How Fast Does a Turtle Run?
Not surprisingly, most turtles don't exactly "run." Various speeds have been recorded by scientists for different species. Turtles are much faster in the water than on land. The average turtle can swim at 10 to 12 mph, with sea turtles able to reach... More »
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How fast a turtle moves is different from one turtle to the next. The bigger a turtle is, the slower it is going to be moving.
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