Long-Necked Tortoise or as it is also known Eastern Snake-Necked
Turtle is found from South eastern South Australia to eastern Queensland
in coastal wetlands and waterways such as swamps, creeks and rivers.
is slow moving and as it migrates in summer often large distances
it is often seen on roads, where unfortunately they are often hit
feeds on a variety of aquatic organisms such as tadpoles, crustaceans
and small fish .Webbed feet are used for digging and swimming.
hole made in the banks of the waterway is where up to 10 eggs are
laid in early summer.