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Female Blanding's turtles can take anywhere from 14 to 25 years to reach maturity, and will usually only lay clutches of eggs every two or three years. When it’s time to nest, they look for sunny, well-drained soil and dig into the ground. They can lay up to a 12 eggs at a time. Find more Blanding's turtle facts: http://www.earthrangers.com/wildwire/blandings-turtle/

Female Blanding's turtles can take anywhere from 14 to 25 years to reach maturity, and will usually only lay clutches of eggs every two or three years. When it’s time to nest, they look for sunny, well-drained soil and dig into the ground. They can lay up to a 12 eggs at a time. Find more Blanding's turtle facts: http://www.earthrangers.com/wildwire/blandings-turtle/

These flower pollinators can be found throughout much of the Western Hemisphere and have long beaks and tongues perfectly evolved for drinking nectar. Learn about this amazing and diverse family of birds.

These flower pollinators can be found throughout much of the Western Hemisphere and have long beaks and tongues perfectly evolved for drinking nectar. Learn about this amazing and diverse family of birds.

I've just solved this puzzle in the Magic Jigsaw Puzzles app for iPad. Try it too!

I've just solved this puzzle in the Magic Jigsaw Puzzles app for iPad. Try it too!

Polar bears are pretty huge animals found in 19 different subpopulations across the Arctic and are known as apex predators which means they are at the top of the food chain with no natural predators of their own.

Polar bears are pretty huge animals found in 19 different subpopulations across the Arctic and are known as apex predators which means they are at the top of the food chain with no natural predators of their own.

Did you know that there is a type of bear only found in Canada? The Haida Gwaii black bear have survived off of salmon and shellfish for so long that they’ve developed larger jaws and teeth than other black bears. They live in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Reserve and Haida Heritage Site and other parts of these islands off the coast of British Columbia.

Did you know that there is a type of bear only found in Canada? The Haida Gwaii black bear have survived off of salmon and shellfish for so long that they’ve developed larger jaws and teeth than other black bears. They live in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Reserve and Haida Heritage Site and other parts of these islands off the coast of British Columbia.

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Put your hands up!! @Tara-Johnson Crihfield you will love this. BAHAH! xoxo

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