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The Alabama Red-belly turtle is endangered just like most other animals. The Alabama Red-belly turtle also know as the Red-belly is a large freshwater turtle that grows up to be about 13 inches in length! Its shell can be or is usually olive, greenish, brown, or black with different color markings. Bottom is most commonly found as cream, yellow, red, or orange with dark markings. Head and legs are usually dark with yellow stripes.
They are the smallest northern American turtle species. Red-bellies are Herbaceous and like to eat hydrilla, Brushy pondweed, eel-grass, arrowhead, and mud plantain. The main place you would probably find a red-belly is in shallow water, or backwaters, streams, rivers, etc.