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Based on the genetic analyses, the researchers confirmed that the tuatara is more closely related to snakes and lizards than to crocodilians, birds or turtles.
The reptiles have long been of scientific interest because of their unclear evolutionary relationship with other reptiles, as they share traits with lizards and turtles as well as birds.
The earliest dinosaur eggs were more like leathery turtle eggs than hard bird’s eggs.
These ecosystems are wildly diverse — home to everything from crabs to sea turtles.
Explore coral reef restoration, shipwrecks, sea turtles and more.
Until now, scientists had seen such fluorescence only in marine turtles.
To these we gave boiled rice, and with it turtle and manatee boiled.
She careened so badly that the girls shrieked and Malcolm himself thought she would turn turtle.
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For our use, besides bread-fruit and fish, there was a turtle weighing perhaps more than twenty pounds.
I shall give 'em real turtle from Birch's, and as for fizz, they shall swim in it if they like.

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