What are the ‘turtle breeds’?
It’s a breed of dog, or a type of dog breed, that originated in Asia.
The turtle breed has evolved to include the red, blue, yellow, white, green and yellow-striped turtles, the American alligator and some other reptiles.
They’re known as the turtle breed because of their shape, shape-shifting and ability to jump out of the water and take to the water like a turtle.
The breed is popular for their ability to leap onto objects, surf and surfboard, play in water and to have good manners.
How old are the turtle breeds?
The turtle breeds are found in the Pacific Northwest, from Oregon to Washington.
The species is classified as a subspecies, meaning it belongs to two different subspecies of the same species.
What’s a turtle’s favorite food?
A variety of food, including turtles, snakes, fish, turtles, sea turtles, frogs and lobsters.
Some turtle breeds have been known to eat humans.
Why are they called turtle breeds instead of other breeds?
They’re not related to other breeds, but they are considered to be the “turtle” breed because they are very similar in size and shape.
Can turtles survive in water?
The only thing turtles can’t swim in is the water, but the breed has been known in the water for years, as it has been adapted to living in the deep, rocky waters of coastal areas.
Who breeds the turtle?
There are four turtle breeds.
The red, yellow and white turtles are the most common, but some of the other turtles, including the American tortoise, also have their own distinct colors.