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Serial killer baby turtle consumes feeding pigeons

Aperipan

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Truly WTF.
 

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Pretty cool.

It's not uncommon for them to eat large animals but I've never seen or heard of one drowning prey like that. Almost like an alligator or croc.
 

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Originally Posted by robin
Pretty cool.

It's not uncommon for them to eat large animals but I've never seen or heard of one drowning prey like that. Almost like an alligator or croc.


Doesn't seem like the turtle is eating the bird though. You can see the carcasses and floating feathers.
 

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I've never seen a turtle move that fast. Didn't think those kinds were capable of a quick strike.
 

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thats because it was a ninja turtle
 

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Originally Posted by unrated
I've never seen a turtle move that fast. Didn't think those kinds were capable of a quick strike.

Sure! Lots of turtles catch fish in exactly that same way.

Originally Posted by Mauro
thats because it was a ninja turtle

 

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