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 Behavioral Adaptations of the Box Turtle?

Answer Box turtles (Terrapene carolina) are land-dwelling reptiles that inhabit regions of the Midwest and eastern United States, as well as parts of southern Canada and eastern Mexico. They can live to b... Read More »
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What kind of turtle is a painted turtle?

The range of Chrysemys picta, the painted turtle, extends from coast to coast in the United States and spills over into adjacent areas of Canada and Mexico. This colorful turtle lives in a watery w... Read More »
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Are turtle shells supposed to fall off the turtle?

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Spider Adaptations?

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Adaptations of the Hydra?

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