Pan Hinged Terrapins
Turtles | Namibia
Introduction: The Pan Hinged Terrapin (Pelusios subniger) is a small hinged terrapin carrying a smooth, rounded shell and a small plastral hinge. It has a large head, a blunt snout and smooth beak. In periods of drought they can often be found on land scarred by fire.
Diet: Small frogs and invertebrates.
Colouring: A uniform brown shell that turns brown-grey when dry. The bridge is yellow and brown and the head is brown. The neck and limbs are grey or black.
Breeding: Females nest in the summer and 8 eggs can be laid between February and March. Incubation last around 100 days.
Size: Total length male 130 to 180mm. Females 200mm.
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