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Rotagilla


Rotagillas are cold blooded animals. They live in the coastal regions of North America, Europe, Great Britain, Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, and other small island nations. Rotagillas live from fifteen to thrity years depending on how well they adapt to their environment. They are momogamous when it comes to mating.
Rotagillas lay three to five eggs at a time. Their apperance is light pink with white spots. The eggs measure about five inches long andtwelve inches in diameter. Rotagilla bury their eggs in nests in sand
banks on the coasts. The eggs take about three weeks to hatch. The babies spend about one month with the parents before becoming independant.
Rotagillas eat fish and aquatic plants. They eat anywhere from five to eight times a day. Their portions are small.
Rotagillas tend to stay hidden in the water, ocassionally coming on lond to sunbathe. They tend to be shy around land animals taller than three feet.
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Timothy the Famed Photographer
(The "Capture" of the Rotagilla)
by fuzzyguy

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