What Does a Snapping Turtle Look like?

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Snapping turtles are large turtles with powerful jaws, a long tail and a top shell which measures 20-30cm and a length of 47cm. Their body colour is variable, ranging from brown to light green and a massive adult weight of around 4.5 to 19kg.
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According to the National Audubon Society, snapping turtles habitats range from South Alberta to Nova Scotia in the north, and to the Gulf of Mexico in the south. In the warmer climates
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Large. Brown, olive grey or black shell. They are strong, with a hooked beak.
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5000 feet long.
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Snapping Turtle
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Testudines Family: Chelydridae Genus: Chelydra Species: Chelydra serpentina
The Common Snapping Turtle can inhabit almost any body of freshwater; rivers, lakes, marshes, swamps, ponds, and streams are all home to this turtle. Some have even be found in brackish salt marshes... More »
Snapping turtles are large, weighing as much as 40 pounds. They have large heads, long tails and a shell which has a rough exterior. They have webbed feet and strong jaws. You can find more information here: http://www.critterzone.com/magazineresource/common-snapping-turtle-Chelydra-serpentina.htm
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