(1) In 1924 he published, to great acclaim, The Flaming Terrapin, an exuberant allegorical narrative of the Flood, in which the terrapin represents energy and rejuvenation.(2) We collected diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapin , eggs from multiple sights within its range to quantify variation in egg size and the amount of stored energy reserves provided within the eggs.(3) However, instead, they found a fresh water terrapin , a turtle-like creature normally kept as a pet.(4) Easy paddling along 30 miles of marked water trails takes you through a 2,900-acre salt marsh that is abundant with wildlife - snowy egrets, diamondback terrapins and herons, along with bluefish, rockfish, sea trout and flounder.(5) In population studies, most of the terrapins were consistently captured in large numbers only in Turtle Creek.(6) An old boating lake here is now a pond rumoured to be home to a couple of terrapins .(7) The first stop allows youngsters to feed the deer and sheep, then the party moves onwards to stroke the ducks and, finally, to feed the rabbits, rats, mice, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters and terrapins .(8) Wheeler Marsh in Milford, Connecticut provides habitat for diamondback terrapins , a unique estuarine turtle.(9) The gentle splashings of two huge terrapins punctuate the tides of sound coming out of the stereo's speakers.(10) Now we find there are eight - at least - in a small fountain with a dozen or so nervous-looking fish, which keep themselves very much to themselves about as far away from the terrapins as they can get.(11) The terrapins were OK because they just sunned themselves in the aquarium, but then the cats and the three puppies arrived.(12) Since then, they have found homes for around 1,200 creatures ranging from dogs, cats, guinea pigs, chickens and geese to terrapins , snakes and iguanas.(13) We're forever called over to see little kids with terrapins in their pockets.(14) ‘There will be a demonstration on reptiles like snakes, terrapins , skinks and tortoises, that will look at how they adapt to the environment,’ says zoo educationist Imelda Matlala.(15) Crabs or fish or even a diamondback terrapin enters a trap to feed on the bait, can't get out, dies and becomes the bait that attracts more victims.(16) ‘The diamondback terrapin became one of the most economically important reptiles in the world,’ said Lovich.