What Is a Group of Turtles Called?

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A group of turtles is called a bale. Turtles are reptiles which have a characteristic special lanky or cartilaginous shell developed from their ribs that acts as a protection from prey. Turtles prefer to eat foods rich in calcium but low on phosphorus.
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A group of Turtles is called a bale.
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A 'bale' is the term used for a group of turtles. The baby turtles are called 'hatchling'. The male and females are just called male and female turtles.
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