The snapping turtle is the oldest surviving reptile, one of the world’s largest freshwater turtles and the king of freshwater animals. Its body size is not the largest among the turtles, but it has a pair of spiked carapace, up to 70 cm, weight of up to 160 kg, and eventually up to 400 kg. The snapping turtle is the most ferocious tortoise in the world, and its skin is particularly rough, the head and neck are covered with meat, reducing the damage in the battle, and its tail is thin and long and hard like a steel whip.
The snapping turtle is the oldest surviving reptile. It is one of the world’s largest freshwater turtles and the king of freshwater animals. It is divided into two categories, commonly known as predators and small crocodiles. The predator is also known as the snapping turtle (produced in the southeastern United States of North America). The small crocodile is also known as the snapping turtle. There are four subspecies, namely North America, Florida, South America, and Central America. Commonly found in North America and Florida, where Florida is more expensive for some human reasons. Due to its large size and aggressiveness, there are few natural enemies except for alligators. He was once classified as a vulnerable species by the World Conservation Union because he lost his habitat due to human hunting. Because of its high ornamental value and strong adaptability, it is favored by domestic turtle lovers.