What kind of habitat do painted turtles live in?


What kind of habitat do painted turtles live in?

Painted Turtles:

The painted turtle (Chrysemys picta) is a species of turtle named for the bright coloration along its neck and the underside of its shell. While all painted turtles belong to the same species, most scientists recognize four distinct subspecies, possibly a result of geographic isolation between populations.

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Painted turtles are semi-aquatic creatures that live in slow-moving fresh water that is accessible year-round, and prefer lakes, ponds, or rivers with...

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