The Life Cycle of a Painted Turtle

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, Dec 15, 2001 - Science - 24 pages
Painted turtles are ancient, cold-blooded reptiles that lay eggs and must hibernate through the winters.
 

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Contents

Spring
The Nesting Site
Digging the Nest
Eggs
Temperature and Embryos 13
Hatching 14
Winter in the Nest 17
Life in the Water 18
Late Summer 21
Turtlesjurtles Everywhere 22
Index 24
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