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 What is the lifespan of a snapping turtle?

Answer The snapping turtle is a wide-ranging, fairly common freshwater turtle that inhabits the United States and Canada. Animal Diversity Web describes snapping turtles as turtles with saw-toothed tails ... Read More »
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What is a snapping turtle?

Snapping turtles are large in size and can be aggressive under certain circumstances. Their natural habitat is shallow, fresh water, although they have been spotted in brackish (salty) water as wel... Read More »
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How old can a snapping turtle get?

The oldest officially observed age for a snapping turtle is 75 years old, according to the Tortoise Trust. Age is determined by the rings on the shell and based on this, many snapping turtles are t... Read More »
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How to Tell the Age of a Snapping Turtle?

Snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentine) are native to much of North America. Researchers estimate the age of individual snapping turtles to help evaluate the population dynamics within various regio... Read More »
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What is a snapping turtle called?

The scientific name of the commonly called "snapping turtle" is Chelydra serpentine, according to the city of Manhattan, Kansas. According to the Wild Herps website, most of the subspecies of snapp... Read More »
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