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Originally posted by eNumbra
We've had turtles in New Jersey for a long time.
I'm sure they'll manage.
Originally posted by GBP/JPY
Do they really hybernate burried in the mud.....I was thinking so....but dang.....frogs do....
Originally posted by iforget
Turtles are fine in the winter for many of them spring is going to be mating season you might see more of them than usual Some basic info about turtles in the winter Hereedit on 4/20/2013 by iforget because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by tropic
a few of the NJ turtles are endangered, like the wood turtle. the most common turtle is probably RES, because of 'disposable' pet trade thanks to Consumptive americans
Originally posted by craig732
I live in Upstate New York. Same temperate climate as Newark, NJ.