- The Loom
When Baby Snapping Turtles Reach the Edge of the World
Despite living in the carotid artery of Northeast traffic, I still share my property with a particularly prehistoric kind of wildlife. Each spring, monstrous snapping turtles emerge from the salt marshes and rip up our garden to lay eggs. Then in late summer the baby turtles hatch and crawl out of the mulch to head for the water again.
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