Turtle at the Park

Turtle at the ParkA turtle at the park

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  1. says

    That looks like an ancient turtle. Like he’s atleast 80 years old. I remember stopping the car one night at around 1 am in the morning just to look at this small turtle. I was surprised to see the turtle in that part of town and I so wanted to take him home.

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  2. says

    @Roshan: We were surprised to find this one as well. There was water nearby, so we figured it would be ok.

    @Wayne: He was pretty cool. Stuck his head out a bit even before we left.

    @MMA Gear: I’ve never had a turtle, but have always enjoyed watching them poke about or swim.

    @Didoy: Thanks! :)