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Snapping turtles show up in local waters

Common snapping turtle (GregTheBusker/Flickr)

Slow-moving invaders have landed on the Island. Gregor speaks with a government amphibian and reptile specialist about the significance of the discovery of snapping turtles on the Island. 

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Snapping turtles at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre.  ( North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre )

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