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A turtle is a type of reptile with a hard outer shell as its primary feature. The Chelon race resembled large saber-toothed turtles.

The inhabitants of Floe I resemble Earth turtles while on the surface of the planet. They loose the protective shell when they enter warmer climates. (TOS comic: "Ice Journey")

In Japanese mythology, the turtle represents longevity and good luck. (TNG short story: "Bedside Matters")

Cervantes Quinn noted that the Dulcinea handled like a turtle slogging through the mud while traveling through the wormhole to the Jinoteur system. (VAN - Declassified novella: The Stars Look Down)

Starfleet officers jokingly called the K'el Ri'anda class starship the turtle due to the ship's relatively poor performance and bloated appearance. (FASA RPG module: Klingon Ship Recognition Manual)

On Ceti Alpha V before the planet had been laid waste, Marla McGivers and Zuleika Walker encountered a giant turtle. (TOS novel: To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh)

On the planet Droplet, Melora Pazlar had wondered if a series of floating islands were some kind of giant turtles. (TTN novel: Over a Torrent Sea)

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