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A common snapping turtle swims back to the bottom of Beasley Lake near Waupaca after coming up for air. They spend the winter under water in hibernation, absorbing oxygen from the water. The adaptations of their metabolism may be one explanation for why turtles were one of the few reptiles to survive the mass extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

Review photo by Tyr Johanson

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