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Siamese turtle!!!!!!!! ...Does that make them a: turtle or turtles?  Oh, my goodness! What if one head was female and one head was male!! Would that punch a hole in the Space/Time Continum?...or set off a nuclear explosion?... or alter our place in our Solar System (a tad bit closer to the sun might be nice if we didn't have this global warming thingie going on)?... or who knows what? Millions of years of conflict brought down to one tiny struggle? Oh, the horror!  ...Carol

Two headed turtle is found in Slovakia, it has two heads and five legs. Each of the heads has its own nerve system and the tortoise has got two brains, which work independently from each other. The rare tortoise also has five feet. Posted by Nuzhat Bird.

Yurtle The Tiny Long-Necked Turtle. | 25 Selfies With Turtles To Celebrate World Turtle Day

Yurtle The Tiny Long-Necked Turtle.

And include the hand in the painting. Yurtle The Tiny Long-Necked Turtle.

This tortoise has been alive for 183 years

This tortoise has been alive for 183 years

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Image: A Siamese turtle with two heads is seen in Cavaillon, France, on March 12

A Siamese turtle with two heads, age 1 is seen in Cavaillon, France. -- To me it looks like it has 3 heads!

Baby sea turtle in a tinker! So stinking cute  ..not sure what the related article pertains to, looks like mumbo jumbo and didn't open it!

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gotta love turtles!!  This pic is so gorgeous!!

Eating the flowers? By: Robert Charity Possibly the cutest turtle photo I've seen.

baby leopard tortoise

african turtles tortoises Here are two cute baby leopard tortoises. These guys will get .

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Natural Selection/Overproduction: Turtles lay many eggs because not all of the young will survive. Leatherback sea turtle hatchling by Chris Johnson

WEASEL.Widespread throughout Britain, weasels are our smallest and probably most numerous carnivores. They specialise in hunting small rodents. The weasel's small size enables it to search through tunnels and runways of mice and voles. Access to tunnels means weasels can hunt at any time of the day or year. They do not hibernate and can hunt even under deep snow.Young are weaned at 3-4 weeks and can kill efficiently at 8 weeks.

Widespread throughout Britain, weasels are our smallest and probably most…

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