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Snapping Turtle (chelydridae) is an animal of the reptile type. It lives in slow rivers, lakes and marshland. The animal weights about 16-136kg (35-300lbs) and average life span is 20-32 years. Human, raccoon, alligator predators are dangerous for snapping turtles. Look up the table below to learn more facts.

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Facts about snapping turtles
NameSnapping Turtle
TypeReptile
Scientific NameChelydridae
LifestyleSolitary
DietOmnivore
Life Span20-32 years
Top Speed4km/h (2.4mph)
PhylumChordata
Conservation StatusThreatened
OrderTestudines
GenusChelydra
PredatorsHuman, raccoon, alligator
Weight16-136kg (35-300lbs)
ColourBrown, tan, black
HabitatSlow rivers, lakes and marshland
FamilyChelydridae
ClassReptilia
Skin TypeScales
Size47-80cm (18.5-31in)
Main PreyFish, birds, frogs
Average Litter Size35
KingdomAnimalia
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