Asian leaf turtle
Binomial name: Cyclemys dentata, John Edward Gray, 1831
The Asian leaf turtle (Cyclemys dentata) is a species of turtle found in Southeast Asia. They are quite common in the pet trade; their carapaces resemble that of a Cuora amboinensis hybrid.
It is an omnivorous species that will feed upon vegetation, fish, insects, worms, and carrion.
The Asian leaf turtle will squirt its digestive system contents when it feels threatened.
Asian leaf turtles can grow 6 to 9.5 inches (15 to 24 cm) long and 4.5 to 6.5 inches in width.
The turtle can be found in North India, North-east India (Manipur), Bangladesh, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, West Malaysia, Indonesia (Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Bali), Philippines (Palawan: Calamian Islands etc.), and China.
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