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Wall

Photos

Friends

Bog Turtle

Logout

Wall

Info

Photos

Write something…

Share

facebook

View photos of Bog Turtle ( 5)

Earthworm I can’t believe you tried to eat me… Not cool man! Not cool!

Send Bog Turtle a message

Poke Bog Turtle

Box Turtle hey cuz! Have a good hibernation.

Information

Networks:

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commision

Niche:

Omnivore

Species:

Glyptemysmuhlenbergii

Habitat:

Wet Meadows in Pennsylvania

Bog Turtle is burrowing in the mud to hibernate for the winter. See you in the spring!

Great Blue Heron all of the turtles are hibernating! Guess its time to migrate south for the winter.

Marsh Wren Maybe I’ll fly down with you.

Friends

Muskrat I better not catch you hibernating in my burrow!

Earthworm

Box Turtle

Great Blue Heron

Mink Where might your burrow be? I’d love to stop by for a snack.

Muskrat

Mink

Marsh Wren

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Habitat/Biome and Geographic Location Wet Meadows in Pennsylvania

About: I’m a pretty dull little critter except for my bright orange spots. I’m about 4 inches long as an adult. 3-5 sentences. I spend time both on land and in water. I’m closely related to the wood turtle. In the winter in bury in the ground and hibernate. Females lay one clutch per year with an average of 3 eggs.

Biography: One of the reasons why we are endangered is because female’s have a very low reproductive rate. They only lay an average of 3 eggs per year. Also it takes from 4-10 years before we can even start reproducing. Another reason we are endangered is because of habitat destruction. Since our habitat is also a very desirable place for humans to build their homes, we often lose ours. Hopefully with all of the efforts to protect us people will stop taking away our homes. Also since we are very handsome little critters people are selling us on the black market as pets.

Personal Information: A lot of my day is spent finding food. Turtles have a large habitat and within our habitat we know where to find food, water, and other resources. That is why if we are removed from our habitat we often die. I live with about 20 other bog turtles in a colony so I have a nice little group of friends!

Send Bog Turtle a message

Poke Bog Turtle

Information

Networks:

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commision

Niche:

Omnivore

Species:

Glyptemysmuhlenbergii

Habitat:

Pennsylvania Wetalnds

Bog Turtle is burrowing in the mud to hibernate for the winter. See you in the spring!

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2 Albums

The Family

Updated about 3 months ago

My Favorite Meals

Updated about 1 day ago

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Photos of Bog Turtle 5Photos

Bog Turtle is burrowing in the mud to hibernate for the winter. See you in the spring!

Bog Turtle’s Albums2 Photo Alums

The Family

5 photos

My Favorite Meals

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