Scientific Name: Chelodina mccordi
Found In: Indonesia – specifically Roti Island/Terrestrial freshwater
Size: Adults average 7 to 9 inches in the length of their shell.
Diet: Omnivore. Diet consists of amphibians, fish, carrion, insects, mollusks, marine worms, and algae.
Threat Level: Critically Endangered. The exotic pet trade is the major threat to this species.
Facts: Roti Island snake-necked turtles can produce a foul smelling musk to discourage predators.