Cagle’s Map Turtle


Common name : Green map turtle

Scientific name : Graptemys caglei

Family : Emydidae

Native to : United States

Interesting fact : They are the smallest of map turtles with the larger females measuring only 7 inches.

Conservation status : Endangered

Fine map-like swirling lines mark its shell and skin. Spines run down the centre of the shell. They are active by day and love to bask in the sun excessively. They live in muddy rivers. Males are much smaller and eat only insects while the larger females can even eat clams. They are very good pets living for 15 years.

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