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I know that's not an uncommon mix. Do they like humidity higher or lower? Are they more likely to be found in areas where there is more open or more in woodlands? Curious what they act like.
My favourite butterfly.
It is most certainly an Eastern Box Turtle. It's a box one too. The eye colour is different than I usually see.
Given the location, I would guess an Eastern Box Turtle, Terrepene Carolina Carolina
One looks like a three toed and one looks eastern. All we have here in South Carolina are EBTs so it's difficult for me to tell
Common Box Turtle, not sure of the subspecies though.
Have you got any picture of the front of the turtle?
We found a turtle like this the other day, but her colours were faded, so we couldn't tell what she was
Forest dragon, this is not a tortoise. It is an Eastern Box Turtle, they belong to the American pond turtle family, emydidae.
I can't tell you what specifically it is, but I can tell you it's a "true toad". http://srelherp.uga.edu/anurans/