What does a snapping turtle look like?


Snapping turtles feed on a variety of fish, frogs, waterfowl, snakes turtles, as well as wild apples, water plants, and acorns. In zoos, they are usually fed on cooked lean meat, chicken, turkey and fish.
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Snapping turtles are carnivores and scavengers. These turtles will also eat plants if there is a shortage of other food. Their diet primarily consists of live and dead fish. They also eat invertebrates and amphibians. Snapping turtles have been known on occasion to eat other turtles.
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