Latin Name: Chelydra serpentina
Diet: Snapping turtles eat anything they can catch. They are known to eat fish, frogs, crayfish and aquatic insects. Snapping turtles may also catch and eat birds and small mammals.
Habitat: Ponds, lakes, marshes, slow rivers or other wetlands. Snapping turtles are found throughout Their range extends from southern Canada throughout much of the eastern United States, through Central and South America.
Animal Size: 8 to 19 inches (20 to 49 cm)
Conservation Status: Least Concern