Once Long Island’s Most Common Turtle - 27 East

Once Long Island’s Most Common Turtle

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A close up of the shell’s “annuli,” or growth rings, numbering eight on this turtle.

A close up of the shell’s “annuli,” or growth rings, numbering eight on this turtle.

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: May 17, 2021
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
In relatively recent years, turtles have become a popular conservation item among the general public. “Watch out for turtles” signs were first placed on East Hampton roadsides some 30 years... more

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