There are two types of snapping turtles: the common snapping turtle and the alligator snapping turtle, both of which are relatively large predatory freshwater turtles. Alligator sn...
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...
The common snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) is a large freshwater turtle of
the family Chelydridae. Its natural range extends from southeastern Canada, ...
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While Michigan is home to snapping turtles
, Michigan's DNR reports that they are depleted locally. This guy apparently beat the odds. Not only did he (she?) make it to a foot and a half in length, he crossed a major ro... More »
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Like all turtles, snapping turtles have a shell that covers their back, also called a
carapace. In snapping turtles the carapace is normally between 8 and 18 1/2 ...
The Common Snapping Turtle is Virginia's largest turtle. It's carapace (top shell)
will grow to 18 inches long, and they can weigh up to 45 pounds. Snapping ...
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Snapping turtles are large aquatic freshwater reptiles that only live in North
America. There are only two species of snapping turtle that still exist, which are