my pet turtle

My pet turtle, he is named Susan. I’ve had her for about 7 years or more. But i’m gonna let her free in central park, very soon. She is getting too big for my tank. These are some last blurry pictures of her. I’m a bit sad:



She is a snapping turtle. People think she’s ugly, but i think he’s so cute. He’s very mean though.
I haven’t been able to clean the tank recently, so that’s why her water is so icky. Its okay, Snapping turtles are notoriously dirty. I can’t ever get it cleaner than a pale yellow. hehe. Bye bye Susan.

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88 thoughts on “my pet turtle

  1. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  2. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  3. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  4. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  5. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  6. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  7. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  8. you could check and see if there is a herpetological society or turtle group in your area that could place her so she has a better chance. i’m a member of the chicago herpetological society and they do that all the time.

  9. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  10. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  11. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  12. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  13. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  14. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  15. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

  16. i figure i found her in the wild, i should let her be free in the wild. I know there’s other snappers in central park, and she hasn’t domesticated at all, so she should be able to handle it. If not, its the circle of life!

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