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The Spotted turtle (Clemmys guttata) is a small, semi-aquatic turtle that reaches a carapace length of 3 - 5 in. upon adulthood. Their carapace ranges in color from black to a bluish black with a number of yellow tiny round spots. Spotted turtles are aquatic omnivores that inhabit a variety of semi-aquatic fresh-water areas such as flooded forests, marshes, wet meadows, bogs and woodland streams.

The wood turtle (Glyptemys insculpta) is a turtle endemic to North America, whose defining characteristic is the pyramidal pattern on its upper shell. It spends a great deal of time in or near the water, preferring shallow, clear streams with compacted and sandy bottoms.

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