Bit close their Barczyk turtle

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    Flaviemys purvisi Very Well-Known Member

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    Man up and stick your face in striking distance of a 50lb alligator snapping turtle. ;)
     
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    you mean those things with a little worm in their mouth that do nothing untill something enters its mouth? no wonder its an "alligator" snapping turtle. Wheres the crocodile snapping turtle
     
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    Didn’t do anything
     
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    No... not at all....
     
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    Charlie bites harder than that
     
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    Old mate is a nut...
     
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    I am having a question from few days, can snakes smell even in water?
     
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    Yes... thanks to their Jacobsen's organ. Turtles use theirs underwater by gular pumping and snakes flick their forked tongue to collect scent particles. I've observed my spotted tongue flicking whilst completely submerged in many occasions.
     
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