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It varies from species to species. It depends upon their food sources, behavior, and preferred habitat. Since turtles are cold blooded, the water temperature affects their metabolism and thus their breathing rate. Some terrestrial turtle species, those that live in ponds, hibernate, and consequently can be submerged for extremely long time periods. For sea turtles, times can vary from 20 minutes to around 3 hours.
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