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        Common Snapping Turtle

        The common snapping turtle is one of the largest and most aggressive turtles. Snapping turtles live in muddy lakes and ponds, usually dwelling along the bottom waiting to ambush prey as they swim by. These turtles will eat just about anything: fish, frogs, snakes, small mammals, and aquatic plants.

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        The common snapping turtle is one of the largest and most aggressive turtles. Snapping turtles live in muddy lakes and ponds, usually dwelling along the bottom waiting to ambush prey as they swim by. These turtles will eat just about anything: fish, frogs, snakes, small mammals, and aquatic plants.

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        The common snapping turtle is one of the largest and most aggressive turtles. Snapping turtles live in muddy lakes and ponds, usually dwelling along the bottom waiting to ambush prey as they swim by. These turtles will eat just about anything: fish, frogs, snakes, small mammals, and aquatic plants.

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        The common snapping turtle is one of the largest and most aggressive turtles. Snapping turtles live in muddy lakes and ponds, usually dwelling along the bottom waiting to ambush prey as they swim by. These turtles will eat just about anything: fish, frogs, snakes, small mammals, and aquatic plants.

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