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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 47 Issue 7, July 1983
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Earley discusses the artistic creations of Sally Nunnally, who is the Educational Coordinator at the Marine Resources Center at Fort Fisher. Nunnally is a nature printer, and the process is called gyotaku, a Japanese word traditionally used to describe prints made from fish. Any object can be used, but the process remains the same--coat an object with ink and press paper against it and an impression of the object will be left behind.
Snapping turtles have been around for a million years. They are the largest of the state's turtle residents and can reach sixty-eight pounds in the wild. Snappers live in ponds, reservoirs, creeks, and rivers, and they are especially fond of meat. Shankle describes how to catch and prepare them for turtle stew.