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Sunday September 8, 2013

Oceanport, NJ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Kathy, as you commented on the previous shot, looks like this one is a male box turtle here:)

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4. Clabo
3:35 AM GMT on October 02, 2013
Hjeh, I found out that turtles can *hiss*, too! :D

At the gooseypond where I go, there're 2 Sneaky Turtles from the swarm that are getting a little *too* friendly, coming up pretty much onto the "shore" of the pond, that it'd be too easy for any idiot with bad intent to do something nasty if/when the turtles would get too close.

So, after I was out of bread for 'em, and they were *still* coming up onto shore almost to follow me, I tried shooing 'em away, even gently knocking on the more "persistent" one's shell to get him to go back into the water, and he hissed at me just like a cat before going back in. :D
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3. Wanda1948
10:45 PM GMT on September 08, 2013
Fantastic shot, Liz!
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2. Biskitten
10:03 PM GMT on September 08, 2013
Super capture!
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1. ChrisAnthemum
9:45 PM GMT on September 08, 2013
Thanks, Liz! And he looks annoyed with that fly on his forehead, and no hair to shake to get it off.
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jerseyshoretoo

I'm retired as of May 2014 and looking forward to photographing subjects that I haven't had a chance to do before.I live on the New Jersey coast not far from the Atlantic Ocean and the Shrewsbury River. Weather Underground and the wonderful photographers here have been a big help; thanks for all your emails and suggestions. WU is the way to see all the corners of this beautiful world. >Create your own visitor map!

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