|Description:Snapping turtles are freshwater reptiles in North America. They are tan, dark brown, and black, with necks and tails that are yellowish. They become violent when taken out of water but calm down when placed back in it.
|Description:Southern flying squirrels live in wooded areas of the eastern United States, southeastern Canada, Mexico, and Honduras. The loose flap of skin, called the“gliding membrane, attached from its wrist to its ankle helps it glide in the appearance of flying. They also have large eyes for their nocturnal adventures.