When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth
An Eastern box turtle making a meal of a desiccated Fowler's toad. Likely a scavenged road kill. Box turtles are often thought of as herbivores but they are quite opportunistic. Happening across this turtle as it made a meal of a toad was a rare and lucky event.
Photo: Andrew Martin
Shot on Delaware Wild Lands Property: A portion of the profits from every print sold will benefit Delaware Wild Lands, Inc. a private, non-profit land conservation organization.
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