Cantor’s Giant Soft Shelled Turtle The Cantor's giant softshell turtle or Asian giant softshell turtle is a species of freshwater turtle. The turtle has a broad head and small eyes close to the tip of its snout. The carapace is smooth and olive-colored.

Cantor’s Giant Soft Shelled Turtle The Cantor's giant softshell turtle or Asian giant softshell turtle is a species of freshwater turtle. The turtle has a broad head and small eyes close to the tip of its snout. The carapace is smooth and olive-colored.

Freshwater turtles | NSW Environment & Heritage: Murray River turtle

Freshwater turtles | NSW Environment & Heritage: Murray River turtle

he alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) is the largest freshwater turtle in the world based on weight. It is often associated with, but not closely related to, the common snapping turtle, which are in the genus Chelydra.

he alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) is the largest freshwater turtle in the world based on weight. It is often associated with, but not closely related to, the common snapping turtle, which are in the genus Chelydra.

Get ready to see the largest freshwater turtle in North America, as Coyote comes face to face with an alligator snapping turtle!

Get ready to see the largest freshwater turtle in North America, as Coyote comes face to face with an alligator snapping turtle!

Fossil of the largest freshwater prehistoric turtle.  | In China? try www.importedFun.com for Award Winning Kid's Science |

Fossil of the largest freshwater prehistoric turtle. | In China? try www.importedFun.com for Award Winning Kid's Science |

This appears to be an albino or leucistic Murray River Turtle (fully grown adult male). I can't see what colour the shell is as it is covered in green algae. I saw this freshwater turtle at the Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary in the Adelaide Hills in company with a bunch of other Murray River Turtles (see shot 5 in this series for some 'normal' ones).

This appears to be an albino or leucistic Murray River Turtle (fully grown adult male). I can't see what colour the shell is as it is covered in green algae. I saw this freshwater turtle at the Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary in the Adelaide Hills in company with a bunch of other Murray River Turtles (see shot 5 in this series for some 'normal' ones).

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