|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:Orangutans the only apes that live outside of Africa. They are adept climbers, with long arms to swing from one branch to another, and live most of their lives in the trees. Males use their throat pouches to produce deep, long calls to attract females and intimidate enemies. They are an orangish brown in color.