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Turtles are unmistakable. Their shells set them apart from all other animals, and render them perhaps the most anatomically interesting of vertebrates. The shell is not an exoskeleton, as some people mistakenly... More »
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Turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines (or Chelonii) characterised by a special bony or .... The rigid shell means that turtles cannot breathe as other reptiles do, by changing the volume of ... First, they employ limb pumping, sucking air into their lungs and pushing it out by moving the limbs in and out relative to the shell.

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When danger threatens, many turtles pull legs, tail, and head into the shell. .... And most turtles do move slowly on land, their legs sprawled awkwardly out to the ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/turtles-move-bd07a3db802fc86d

According to Scholastic, turtles differ in their movements based on their terrain. On land, turtles walk on the tip of their toes and move quite slowly, but in water a  ...

www.businessinsider.com/how-turtles-move-2015-8

Aug 17, 2015 ... The protective shells that have helped keep turtles around for millions of years ... A Navy SEAL explains what to do if you're attacked by a dog ...

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Dec 31, 2011 ... Slow moving turtle, named Junior, is on the move to get food in his Phoenix Zoo habitat. It's quite a journey for the slow moving creature. It turns ...

www.quora.com/How-do-sea-turtles-move-on-land

The same way they move in the water- they move their flippers. They are decidedly more ungainly on land than a similarly sized tortoise would be, but they can ...

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Mar 16, 2010 ... What to do if he refuses food. - Duration: ... New Born, Baby Sea Turtles Race to the Ocean! ... Turtles can actually move faster than slowmotion!

seaturtleexploration.com/explore-and-learn/sea-turtle-facts

Sea turtles are among the oldest surviving reptiles in the world. ... they move to the their permanent feeding grounds but for many species, we do not know where ...

www.abc.net.au/tveducation/animals/TURTLES.htm

Turtles is on ABC TV on 25/06/2007 at ... They move their front flippers through the water like birds use their wings. Their rear flippers do the steering. Most turtles ...