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One fact about the Alligator snapping turtle: If you hook one while out fishing, just cut the line :P

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Hingeback and box turtles each have hinges on their shells that actaully allow them to completely enter their shell by closing up the openings.

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When in the eggs, turtles take about 2 months to incubate and their sex is determined by the temperature. Under 29 degrees they become male, over 29 degrees they become female.

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People keep asking questions....but, if Tsun answers, the cointest is over... :P

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Wish I knew how to decypher that!

 

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One documented case of longevity involves an adult Indian Ocean Giant Tortoise that when captured as an adult was estimated to be fifty years old. It then lived another 152 years in captivity.

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My Grandma once landed a snapper the size of a washtub...on a cane pole! She hooked it, thought it was bottome for a long time. Kept messing with it and finally got it to start moving a looooong time later.

 

About 2+ hours later, it finally came in...WOW!

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While most turtles do not tolerate the cold well, the Blanding's turtle has been observed swimming under the ice in the Great Lakes region.

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as this could go til midnight, tsunrisebey could be out geocaching right now!

 

Her midnight is mountain time?? that is like 2 am here...

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North America contains a large variety of turtle species, but Europe contains only two species of turtle and three species of tortoise.

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The top domed part of a turtle's shell is called the carapace and the bottom underlying part is called the plastron.

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