Turtle farts raise a stink

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8 Responses to “Turtle farts raise a stink”

  1. MitchSchaft says:

    I like turtles.

  2. Bucket says:

    Who runs turtletown?

  3. Neuron says:

    I recent learned (Wikipedia) that brussels sprouts, brocolli, cauliflower, kale, and collard greens are all the same species.

    Also: is it really necessary to load a new page to login to BB?

  4. CANTFIGHTTHEDITE says:

    Will these turtle farts power our green future? Only time… will tell!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Truly, this is a wonderful thing. The easy thing to do would have been to say “Hey, remember that time that the turtle farts set off the alarms? Probs the brussel sprouts. They’re BANNED.”

  6. Anonymous says:

    “what is the average underwater velocity of a sprouts-powered sea turtle”

    Is that an African or a European sea turtle?

  7. valdis says:

    “Probs the brussel sprouts. They’re BANNED.”

    It’s not that simple. From actually RTFA:

    “Sprouts are really healthy for green turtles.

    The high levels of calcium in them are great for their shells, the fibre is good for their digestion and they also contain lots of beneficial Vitamin C, sulphur and potassium.”

    So if (like any good zookeeper) they care about the turtle’s well being, they’ll feed it sprouts and deal with the aftermath.

    Besides – “turtle farts” is just an *incredible* way to get kids interested in going to the zoo.

  8. Ignatz says:

    what is the average underwater velocity of a sprouts-powered sea turtle?

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