Reimann's (RYE-man's) Snake-Necked Turtles / The almost fully-aquatic, freshwater species can only be found in Papua New Guinea. As their name indicates, they are known for their long necks, so long that they aren't able to fully pull their heads into their shells. Instead they wrap their necks around the front and sides of their shell to provide predators less of a target. Though adults can grow to more than 10 inches long, the hatchlings are all about the size of a quarter.
A loggerhead turtle named Gal Handless is transported into a large case at the rescue center for sea turtles in Israel. She was rescued after losing her front fins when caught in a fishing net in 2004.