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Turtles occupy a wide diversity of habitats, aquatic, terrestrial, and oceanic.

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Turtle

This tortoise is a turtle well adapted to life on land, over 100 years old and weighs 550 pounds, this big tortoise is a slow-moving reptile with a large dome shaped shell into which it can retract its head and limbs. Tortoise
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Tortoises
Turtles and Lizards
One hundred sixty three species of turtles and lizards occur in North America. Turtles and lizards occupy a wide diversity of habitats, aquatic, terrestrial, and oceanic. Turtles and lizards both have scaly skin, and are cold-blooded. All turtles and tortises lay eggs, many species of lizards bear live young.

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