They're Also Prey -

he mata mata turtle is apparently fed on a diet of fish in captivity. But in the wild it is a carnivorous predator that also devours the small invertebrates which share its habitat. The creature uses a snout which is shaped like a snorkel to breathe and it lurks beneath the water – lying in wait to surprise its prey. Photo Credit: Unsplash / Jakub Kapusnak

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