The Turtle is a Native American symbol of wisdom, perseverance, creation and a long life.

The Turtle is a Native American symbol of wisdom, perseverance, creation and a long life.

The turtle totem wisdom teaches us about walking our path in peace and sticking to it with determination and serenity. Slow moving on earth, yet also incredibly fast and agile in water Traditionally, the turtle is symbolic of the way of peace, whether it’s inviting us to cultivate peace of mind or a peaceful relationship with our environment.

The turtle totem wisdom teaches us about walking our path in peace and sticking to it with determination and serenity. Slow moving on earth, yet also incredibly fast and agile in water Traditionally, the turtle is symbolic of the way of peace, whether it’s inviting us to cultivate peace of mind or a peaceful relationship with our environment.

i like turtles because they're so chill. they don't hurt anyone. they're just like, hey man, i want to swim, and maybe eat some lettuce. but i'm gonna take my time getting there, i'm not in a rush. because i'm a turtle

I've never seen a two-headed turtle before...amazing and sad (from an environmental viewpoint).

I've never seen a two-headed turtle before...amazing and sad (from an environmental viewpoint).

Smooth Snake-Necked Turtle  As its name implies, the neck of Chelodina longicollis is disproportionately long. It also has webbed toes, claws and warty skin which is a gray color.  The habitat for most of these turtles is close to streams, rivers, swamps and lagoons of eastern Australia.

Smooth Snake-Necked Turtle As its name implies, the neck of Chelodina longicollis is disproportionately long. It also has webbed toes, claws and warty skin which is a gray color. The habitat for most of these turtles is close to streams, rivers, swamps and lagoons of eastern Australia.

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