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Kinosternon Scorpioides Scorpioides

The Kinosternon Scorpioides Scorpioides is a  medium-sized tortoise (up to 20/22 cm).
Not a good swimmer
CITES
Yes, appendix II, attached B
Distribution
Watercourses, rivers, lakes and shallow marshes.
Feeding
Omnivorous: little fish, amphibians, invertebrates, seaweed aquatics plants.

Heosemys Grandis

The giant Asian pond turtle (Heosemys grandis) inhabits rivers, streams and marshes throughout Cambodia and Vietnam and in parts of Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand.
CITES
Yes, appendix II, attached B
Distribution
Watercourses, lakes and shallow marshes.
Feeding
Omnivorous.

Apalone Spinifera Spinifera

The spiny softshell turtle (Apalone spinifera) is a species of softshell turtle, one of the largest freshwater turtle species in North America. Both the common name, spiny softshell, and the specific name, spinifera (spine-bearing), refer to the spiny, cone-like projections on the leading edge of the carapace, which are not scutes.
CITES
Yes, appendix II, attached B
Distribution
The spiny softshell has a wide range, extending throughout much of the United States, as well as north into the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, and south into the Mexican states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, Coahuila and Chihuahua.
Feeding
Carnivorous.

Podocnemis unifilis

The yellow-spotted Amazon river turtle or yellow-spotted river turtle (Podocnemis unifilis) is one of the largest South American river turtles.
It can grow up to 65/68 cm.
CITES
Yes, appendix II, attached B
Distribution
Watercourses, rivers and lakes.
Feeding
Vegetarian.