Zambezi flapshell turtle (Cycloderma frenatum)

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Zambezi flapshell turtle fact file

Zambezi flapshell turtle description

KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassReptilia
OrderTestudines
FamilyTrionychidae
GenusCycloderma (1)

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Zambezi flapshell turtle status

The Zambezi flapshell turtle is classified as Near Threatened (NT) on the IUCN Red List (1).

IUCN Red List species status – Near Threatened

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References

  1. IUCN Red List (December, 2010)
    http://www.iucnredlist.org
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Zambezi flapshell turtle, showing plastron  
Zambezi flapshell turtle, showing plastron

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