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  • Kaung Ko

    Nom nom nom ... Baby turtle meets strawberry.

  • Reilly

    "little turtle, you can't eat that strawberry! you're too little!" "challenge accepted." ;)

  • Elisabeth Chramer

    This turtle is my hero. #dreambig

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  • Xin Kuan

    Think Big - pets and animals / baby turtle trying to eat strawberry

  • Kari Kupka

    Dream big! SO cute!

  • Jungle Jim

    Baby animals! Tiny turtle about to eat a strawberry 5 times bigger than its head ... So cute! #Babyanimals #Babyturtle #turtles #JungleJim

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