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Chelydridae (snapping turtles and big-headed turtles)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Chelydridae are a family of turtles that has seven extinct and two extant genera. The extant genera are the snapping turtles Chelydra and Macrochelys. Both are endemic to the Western Hemisphere. The extinct genera are Acherontemys, Chelydrops, Chelydropsis, Emarginachelys, Macrocephalochelys, Planiplastron, and Protochelydra.
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Chelydra (snapping turtles) (3)
Macrochelys (alligator snapping turtle) (2)

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