Pascagoula Map Turtle

Map turtles are named for the detailed map-like designs on their shells.

Latin name: Graptemys gibbonsi Length: Male – Up to 5 in Female – Up to 11.5 in Habitat: Creeks and rivers Diet: Insects, snails, and clams Risk Status: Species at Risk (IUCN—Endangered) Range: Pascagoula River system, Mississippi


Reptile House