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Common Snapping Turtles

Chelydra serpentina


Large brown-tannish with light patches & spots.


A large marsh.


Cooper Marsh Conservation Area. Conservation Status: vulnerable (S3) in Ontario, CA (NatureServe).

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Greg Shchepanek
Greg Shchepanek 4 years ago

So true psudoscorpion, This was my first time witnessing such an event.

psudoscorpion 4 years ago

What a lucky encounter! I have never seen these beasts interact with each other.

Greg Shchepanek
Greg Shchepanek 4 years ago

Yes they are Tukup, thank you.

Tukup 4 years ago

They are magnificent creatures, survivalists. Thanks Greg.

Greg Shchepanek
Greg Shchepanek 4 years ago

Thank you very much Neil.

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 4 years ago

Wrestling match? Great photos and spotting, Greg. Thanks for sharing.

Greg Shchepanek
Spotted by
Greg Shchepanek

South Glengarry, Ontario, Canada

Spotted on May 11, 2019
Submitted on May 12, 2019

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