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Killer Turtle eats snake

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Uploaded on Jul 19, 2011

Musk Turtle or Stinkpot - Sternotherus odoratus turtle eats worm. Worms is a good food supplement to the turtles. S. oderatus is omnivorous, with juveniles being more carnivorous, and will feed on aquatic snails, carrion, fish eggs, worms, leeches, aquatic insects, larva, algae and aquatic vegetation. They have a sharp beak and strong jaws and care should be taken when handling them. Not all stinkpots will bite, but if annoyed or threatened, they are capable extending their long neck and, in a flash, can whip it back across their carapace and clamp down on an unsuspecting finger. This behavior may be more evident with wild turtles, or newly acquired turtles that are, sadly, almost exclusively collected from the wild.
Learn more about musk turtles in my other videos.

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