"Terrapins don't eat molasses," said the boy, whose name was Blair.
In Terrapins and Tortoises the long neck vertebræ have no cervical ribs.
But canvas-back ducks and terrapins are the great glories of Baltimore.
Land-crabs, terrapins, and iguanas move about in our vicinity.
The many species of fish, eels and terrapins were on the end of their tongues, and these were all gathered and used for food.
The woodland ponds were full of turtles or terrapins, and these began to travel about in the warm spring air.
He was a born knight, and, strangely enough, his first battles in life were in defense of the turtles or terrapins.
When it is boiling very hard put in the terrapins, and let them remain in it till quite dead.
No dish of terrapins can be good unless the terrapins themselves are of the best quality.
Then cut up all the meat of the terrapins, taking care to save all the liquid that exudes in cutting up, and also the eggs.