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Side-neck Turtle
 
Acanthochelys Acleistochelys Albertwoodemys Amblypeza Apodichelys
Araiochelys Araripemys P Arenila Azabbaremys Bairdemys
Bantuchelys Bauruemys Bonapartemys Bothremys Brasilemys
Brontochelys Cambaremys Caninemys Carbonemys Caribemys
Caririemys Cearachelys Chedighaii Chelodina Chelus
Chelymys Chupacabrachelys Cordichelys Crassachelys Dacquemys
Decquemys Dirqadim Dortoka Elochelys Emydura
Eodortoka Erymnochelys Euraxemys Eusarkia Foxemys
Galianemys Hamadachelys Hammadachelys Hydromedusa Iberoccitanemys
Karkaemys Kenyemys Kinkonychelys Kurmademys Labrostochelys
Laganemys Lapparentemys Latentemys Lemurchelys Linderochelys
Lomalatachelys Mogharemys Muehlbachia Naiadochelys Neochelys
Neochemys Nigeremys Notoemys P Palaeaspis Palaeophrynops
Papoulemys Parahydraspis Peiropemys Pelecomastes Pelocomastes
Pelomedusa Phosphatochelys Phrynops Platemys Platychelys
Polysternon Portezueloemys Potamochelys Pricemys Prochelidella
Prochonias Pseudemydura Puentemys Rheodytes Rhothonemys
Ronella Rosasia Sankuchemys Shweboemys Sokatra
Stereochelys Stereogenys Sternothaerus Stupendemus Taphrosphyina
Taphrosphys Taquatomys Taquetochelys Teneremys Trachydermochelys
Turkanemys Ummulisani Yaminuechelys Zolhafah

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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