What Does a Turtle Look like without Its Shell?

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A turtle's shell is its backbone. In order to see how a turtle looks like without it, one has to take off its shell. Its ribs will be seen once its shell is taken off.
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A Turtle cannot exist without its shell A turtle's spine/backbone is attached internally to its shell - so to take off the shell is to rip the backbone out of the body and kill the
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Naked and homeless. Actually, a turtle couldn't live without its sh...
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1. Set the turtle on the floor or the exam table and wait a few minutes. The turtle may begin to feel comfortable and come out of its shell. 2. Set a piece of lettuce or a few carrot
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Visualize yourself with no ribs, no sternum, and no vertebrae between your neck and coccyx. That's about what the turtle would look like.
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