This little hatchling is a golden coin turtle, one of the species being bred at the Bronx Zoo in their new effort to protect and bolster the world's most endangered turtle species.
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Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle Hatchling
Credit: Julie Larsen Maher/WCS
The Roti Island snake-necked turtle is another species being bred at the Bronx Zoo to bolster the species.
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Burmese Star Tortoise
The Burmese start tortoise is one of the 25 most endangered turtle species in the world, as determined by the Wildlife Conservation Society and other conservation groups.
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Northern River Terrapin
The northern river terrapin is one of the species the WCS is taking direct responsibility for helping to conserve.
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Red Crowned Roofed Turtle
The red crowned roofed turtle is another of the 25 endangered turtle species the WCS is using its zoos and field programs to help.
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