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Thanks everyone! These are very interesting turtles.
Lovely one! Congrats Lisa!
Congratulations Lisa on SOTD
Congratulations Lisa on SOTD wonderful photos
Great spotting, Lisa! Congrats on SOTD!
Love it congratulations Lisa :)
Congrats Lisa, love softshells :)
Congrats Lisa! Lovely turtles & beaut photos :)
Thanks everyone! It was a rare opportunity to be able to photograph a male and female together. These were temporary captives that had been captured prior to a bridge replacement. They were released back onsite when the bridge foundation was completed.
Awesome spotting :)
Congrats Lisa !!
Great spotting. They are really nice. Congratulations !
Great shots, Lisa - Congratulations !
Happy World Turtle Day!Congratulations
Adorable turtles! Congrats!
What a cool looking turtle! Congratulations Lisa, we have chosen this as our World Turtle Day spotting of the day! Thank you for sharing your great collection of herps, and for all of your contributions to the community!The spiny softshell turtle is one of the largest freshwater turtle species in North America. It gets its name from the spiny, cone-like projections on the leading edge of its carapace.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/3...
make that the weirdest reptiles on the planet!
the weirdest turtles on the planet...
Lat: 32.32, Long: -86.90
Spotted on Oct 4, 2011 Submitted on Oct 6, 2011
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