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The snapping turtle, like many other turles, is near the top of the food chain. They have few naural predators. Snapping turtles are omnivores, consuming both plant and animal matter, and are important aquatic scavengers; but they are also active hunters that prey on anything they can swallow, including many invertebrates, fish, frogs, reptiles (including snakes and smaller turtles), unwary birds, and small mammals. Also called: snapper  any large aggressive North American river turtle of the family Chelydridae


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