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any of various edible North American web-footed turtles living in fresh or brackish water

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FLUSHED-AWAY pet terrapins are damaging pond life and waterfowl, according to bosses at a sea life centre.
A spokesman for the Trust said that still waters and rivers in the midlands and southern England supported the largest terrapin populations.
TRTL is Leight's and the Terrapin team's third publicly traded acquisition vehicle.
Conservationists are keen to remove them from sensitive sites but they can be elusive characters, apparently able to detect vibration from advancing footsteps before quickly slipping under the water Last week, however, Conwy's terrapin was finally netted and given a new home.
Keeping a terrapin in your house can be a very rewarding experience without having to take too much time out of your day.
Terrapin Beer Company co-founder Brian Buckowski said, "Bringing Tenth and Blake on years ago allowed us to get to know each other better and realize the incredible potential of becoming a majority-owned partner with Tenth and Blake and MillerCoors.
THE rise in the number of terrapins being neglected has caused alarm at the RSPCA.
The RSPCA confirmed that they had received a call about a stray terrapin found at the canal at Blackweir.
Don't be surprised to find that rum barrel aging turned Hopzilla into a much different beast," said Terrapin brewmaster Brian "Spike" Buckowski.
He was executed because some of the tanks were not adequately supplied with food and water, "He was execut some of was foo wau o leading to the death leading of a lot of terrapins.
Find the accessories from Cruzerlite, Terrapin, Nillkin, Poetic, Case-Mate, Roxfit and Sony designed for the Xperia Z3.
The man was issued summonses for possession of undersized summer flounder and for taking diamondback terrapin out of season.
The red-eared terrapin was discovered on the beach in Newbiggin-bythe-Sea by a member of a of the RNLI.
Terrapin shells don't reflect UV, but the reptiles' skin does.