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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turtle

Turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines (or Chelonii) characterised by a special bony or .... These species of turtle can hide from predators in shallow water, where they lie entirely submerged except for .... Their albumen is white and contains a different protein from bird eggs, such that it will not coagulate when cooked.

allturtles.com/turtle-species

Looking to learn more about Turtle Species or to identify all the different types of turtles? Click here for pictures and free care guides!

www.wideopenpets.com/10-types-of-turtles-you-can-have-as-pets

It is true that some are better suited to life with humans than others, but here are ten different types of turtles that would be happy to live with you.

small-pets.lovetoknow.com/types-pet-turtles

Turtles have hard, protective shells which help prevent injuries since a turtle's slow movement hinders his ability to escape. There are many different types of ...

animal-world.com/encyclo/reptiles/turtles/Turtles.php

Turtles are quiet, calm, and slow-moving. Consequently they don't instill the cautious concerns that some folks have when dealing with other types of reptiles.

www.discoverlife.org/mp/20q?guide=Turtles

Repeat steps 1 and 2, narrowing down the possibilities. A 'COMPARE IMAGES' link appears on left when under 100 kinds match. Use this to compare kinds.

www.reptilesmagazine.com/Most-Popular-Pet-Turtles

Bonus content from the February 2010 REPTILES magazine article.

www.reptilesmagazine.com/Turtle-Tortoise-Species

Central American Wood Turtle, More than 20 Years, Advanced. Common Musk Turtle, More than 20 Years, Beginner. Common Snapping Turtle, More than 20 ...

conserveturtles.org/information-sea-turtles-species-world

Different species of sea turtles like to eat different kinds of food. Sea turtles have mouths and jaws that are specially formed to help them eat the foods they like.

www.caringpets.org/how-to-take-care-of-a-turtle/types

Determine what type of turtle or tortoise you have. Find out if it's a land, water or box species and get specifics on caring for it. (with images/video)