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Turtle Blog Post Round Up – June 29th

I know you can get turtle related news easily through with a little searching, but how about turtle related blog posts? Here are a few that have popped up over the last few weeks:

Native Wildflowers And A Turtle « Window On The Prairie
By Suzanne
Ornate Box Turtles may spend their entire lives within just a few acres. They eat insects, spiders, worms and berries, and can live up to 30 years. In the fall, they dig a shallow burrow, and then hibernate until spring. 
Window On The Prairie – http://windowontheprairie.com/

The Lord Geekington: A Most Peculiar Turtle
By Cameron McCormick
Shortly after 8 a.m. on June 20th, 2010, at approximately this location, I happened across a melanisticturtle with an ~8 inch/20 cm carapace which had just successfully crossed the East Bay Bike Path. It appeared to be an emydid, 
The Lord Geekington – http://cameronmccormick.blogspot.com/

Turtle Power « The Puppeteer
By The Puppeteer
Less than a day old, the fleet of *bite-sized turtles hatched out of their ping-pong-ball eggs around 6am. Rollicking in the pool, the little turtles were a fortunate few to have been gathered by a conservationist.
The Puppeteer – http://messiahofmadness.wordpress.com/

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