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Snapping Turtle 

This guy isn't very unusual but he was fun to catch. We had spotted him in shallow muddy water near an old mill. Right next to him was a large buck so we saw an excellent opportunity. I took a stick and disturbed the water on his side opposite the bucket. Just as expected he dashed into it. Quickly I grab the buckets handle and pulled him out of the water. I dumped him onto the ground for a better look. He looked prehistoric with his massive size, large clawed feet and spiny tail. He reminded me of the Japanese sci-fi turtle Gamera. He was very upset and began snapping at us with his powerful jaw. Using my heel, I corralled him as Teak fetched the camera.  Growing tired of chasing the beast I carefully flipped him on his back to buy us more time. I figured it would take him quite a while to get turned over again. How wrong I was! Snapping turtles have very long neck. In second he was back on his feet and snapping at us again. Once we had our shots, I directed him back into the bucket and dropped him back in the water. 

   
 

 

 
 

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