Asian Yellow Pond Turtle
- Central Vietnam, south and central China, Taiwan, Japan
- Ponds, marshes, and slow-moving rivers
The male and female of this species are similar in size, unlike most Asian turtle species where the females are larger.
Spending their lives around slow-moving water, these turtles eat a variety of worms, insects, snails, small fish, and aquatic plants. This turtle species, like many others, is rapidly disappearing from Southern Asia due to widespread collection to supply food markets, traditional medicine, and the pet trade.