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The snake-necked turtle is a unique turtle with a long neck that cannot be stored in its shell. The neck must be kept next to the carapace instead. An adult has a body length of 25 centimeters. The distinctive feature is a very long neck like a snake. The head is small with big eyes.
Snake-necked turtles lay 2-10 eggs each time and reproduce by laying eggs in May and at the end of the rainy season. It hatches in November or December, with an average age of 31-37 years.
When startled, it will emit a foul smell to repel enemies. Found in fresh waters of Australia. Queensland and Southern Australia