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7 August 2013 5 View comments The humble turtle is known to many as a cute family pet munching its way through greens as it slowly ambles through the day. But parents in the Lake District have been warned to look after their children after turtles
theday.com Published 08/06/2013 12:00 AM Updated 08/06/2013 09:40 PM Sterlin Feeny, of Lyme, carries a 43-pound snapping turtle to a transport carrier as a group with the Tributary Mill Conservancy, in conjunction with National Geographic Crittercam
The owner of a Lodi exotic pet shop said she's the victim of a Craigslist smear campaign. An ad popped up claiming her store was selling illegal animals, something she strongly denies. Naomi Berry thought she was doing another animal dealer a favor.
Conn. (AP) Connecticut environmental officials are proposing regulations to protect the state's population of snapping turtles. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection wants to limit the trapping of the turtles to a season that would
Comments Save to mystar Snappy the turtle was out for a stroll when he landed a dress shirt and a free ride to the local pond. The 50-pound snapping turtle was crossing Bathurst St., near Elgin Mills Rd...Wednesday, when Samantha Butler scooped him
Bryan Thomas for The New York Times Officers Gregg Hein, left, and Gregory Neary of the United States Park Police prepared for an early morning patrol of Jamaica Bay, Queens, where they will search for potential poachers and other violators...The
Only a seedling when transplanted by Muir from the rugged Sierra Nevada to his East Bay orchard in the 1880s, the giant sequoia is now fatally infected. But a campaign has begun to perpetuate the storied tree, through a painstaking process of cloning.
In years past, tens of thousands of red knots crowded the sandy beaches of Mispillion Harbor in Delaware Bay, gorging on fresh horseshoe crab eggs spawned in such abundance they turned the shoreline a gelatinous green. Smaller than a gull but larger
Israel's Hula painted frog had not been seen for nearly 60 years, but in 2011 one was found lurking in a patch of swampy undergrowth. Tests have revealed that the frog belongs to a group of amphibians that died out 15,000 years ago. The study is
Photos Save to mystar Photos View gallery When she met her gruesome end, only a few people noticed. She was a snapping turtle, an aquatic type, a species of special concern both provincially and nationally. She may have been cute as a loonie-sized