The common snapping turtle lives in North America from Nova Scotia, Canada, to Florida to all areas east of the Rocky Mountains. Common snapping turtles prefer to live in river and lake bottoms. Snapping turtles have a tan to black shell, strong jaws, sharp claws and a long heavily serrated tail.
Turtle shells are wonderful protection. When a turtle is afraid he pulls himself into his shell to hide from predators and humans. Turtles can detect danger close by. …
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