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Speckled Padloper - Homopus signatus - This African species of the family Testudinidae is the world's smallest tortoise with the males being particularly tiny. They are endemic to South Africa and southern Namibia

Speckled Padloper - Homopus signatus - This African species of the family Testudinidae is the world's smallest tortoise with the males being particularly tiny. They are endemic to South Africa and southern Namibia.

Freshwater Turtles of North America by rogerdhall on DeviantArt

Fine art illustration of various species of freshwater turtles native to North America

The Blandings Turtle is easily identifiable by its bright yellow throat.  The species is endangered due to habitat fragmentation and destruction as well as nest predation by unnaturally large populations of predators.  by Derek D. Dafoe

Blandings Turtle Blanding's turtle (Emys blandingii or Emydoidea blandingii is a semi-aquatic turtle of the family Emydidae. This North American turtle is considered to be an endangered species throughout much of its range

Red River Giant Softshell Turtle    This enormous weighs 440 pounds. Unfortunately, there are only four red river giant softshell turtles left, all of which live in captivity. The animal is considered sacred by many Vietnamese

35 Of The World's Rarest Animals

Red River Giant Softshell Turtle This enormous weighs 440 pounds. Unfortunately, there are only four red river giant softshell turtles left, all of which live in captivity. The animal is considered sacred by many Vietnamese

Largest Turtle Shell ever found

Fossil of the largest freshwater prehistoric turtle, Carbonemys cofrinii, a 60 billion year old, South American side-necked turtle.

The Spotted Turtle (Clemmys guttata), the only extant species of Clemmys, is a small, semi-aquatic (i.e., it lives partly in water and partly on land) turtle

The spotted turtle (Clemmys guttata), the only extant species of Clemmys, is a small, semi-aquatic turtle that reaches a carapace length of cm in) upon adulthood.

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