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Transcript of Snapping Turtles
Baby snapping turtles have many predators. The largemouth bass is one of them. The largemouth bass has a large mouth that can swallow baby snapping turtles. Great Blue Herons and crows also eat baby snapping turtles. “However, there are many animals that eat baby snapping turtles, including racoons, snakes, largemouth bass, great blue herons…” says Reference.com. As snapping turtles grow up they have fewer predators.
Where they live
They like water with muddy bottoms. The largemouth bass is a predator when snapping turtles are babies. Their neck is extremely flexible. They eat almost anything.
Snapping turtles can do many things. Their neck is extremely flexible. Both alligator and common snapping turtles have very sharp jaws and are very strong. “... also they have quite sharp claws for their protection.” says AllTurtles.com
There are only two snapping turtles left, the common and the alligator snapping turtle. They like water that is permanent or semi-permanent. Great blue herons are also a predator. Their jaws are very strong. They eat a lot of plants.
Snapping turtles eat almost anything. They eat dead animals, insects, birds, small animals, amphibians, and a large amount of plants. Snapping turtles kill other turtles by biting their necks and making their heads fall off. They’re mostly omnivores.
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