Do turtles have lips?
You would think that is a stupid question because they have mouths they should have lips, but thats not exactly true. Lips are soft and kissable. I don't see that in a turtle. lol
No, turtles don't have lips. Their mouths are sort of similar to a bird's beak.
by The Logician 11 years ago
Every adult box turtle is vital to the future of its population. Box turtle populations in the fragmented habitats typical of the eastern United States are so sensitive to the loss of adults that, according to modeling studies conducted by Dr. Richard Seigel of Towson University, the loss of just...
by Ultimate Hubber 11 years ago
Have you ever had a pet turtle?
by Tater2tot 14 years ago
I just got a turtle and I named him, Turk. I love him already but I am not really sure on what to feed him exactly. I started by giving him water (of course), a slice of an apple, lettuce, and a couple of leaves from an orange tree from my backyard. I don't know if he has eaten well I haven't...
by Glen 14 years ago
These aren't pets, but I'll share it anyway...I was driving my my place to a nearby town, 25 kilometres away when I saw a shell in the middle of my side of the road. I was careful not to drive over it. Because it was a turtle shell. About the size of a plate... the one under the size of the dinner...
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 7 years ago
Handsome Hank was born in 1875 and is still alive today. He's not the oldest man in the world. In fact, he's in perfect health and doesn't look a day over 25. How does Handsome Hank manage to look like he swims daily in the fountain of youth even though he was born in 1875?
by mea amor 12 years ago
what is the difference between a turtle and a tortoise
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