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Cardona, L., Fernández, G., Revelles, M., & Aguilar, A. (2012). Readaptation to the wild of rehabilitated loggerhead sea turtles (caretta caretta) assessed by satellite telemetry. Aquatic Conservation, 22(1), 104–112.   
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Carr, A., & Hirth, H. (1961). Social facilitation in green turtle siblings. Animal Behavior, 9(1-2), 68–70.   
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Carrière, M.-A., Rollinson, N., Suley, A. N., & Brooks, R. J. (2008). Thermoregulation when the growing season is short: sex-biased basking patterns in a northern population of painted turtles (chrysemys picta). Journal of Herpetology, 42(1), 206–209.   
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Carroll, T. E., & Ehrenfeld, D. W. (1978). Intermediate-range homing in the wood turtle, clemmys insculpta. Copeia, 1978(1), 117–126.   
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Case, B. C. (2003). Environmental enrichment for captive eastern box turtles ( terrapene carolina carolina). Unpublished thesis MS, North Carolina State University.   
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Case, B. C., Lewbart, G. A., & Doerr, P. D. (2005). The physiological and behavioural impacts of and preference for an enriched environment in the eastern box turtle (terrapene carolina carolina). Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 92(4), 253–265.   
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Cash, W. B., Holberton, R. L., & Knight, S. S. (1997). Corticosterone secretion in response to capture and handling in free-living red-eared turtles. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 108(3), 427–433.   
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Castellano, C. M., Behler, J. L., & Ultsch, G. R. (2008). Terrestrial movements of hatchling wood turtles (glyptemys insculpta) in agricultural fields in new jersey. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 7(1), 113–118.   
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Charfallot, D., Legrand, A., Bonnet, X., & Lagarde, F. , Does body size influence access to females in testudo horsfieldii? Paper presented at Proceedings of the International Congress on Testudo Genus, 2001.   
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Chelazzi, G., & Carla, M. (1986). Mechanisms allowing home range stability in testudo hermanni gmelin (reptilia: testudinidae): field study and simulation. Monitore Zoologico Italiano, 86(20), 349–370.   
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Chelazzi, G., & Calzolai, R. (1986). Thermal benefits from familiarity with the environment in a reptile. Oecologia, 68, 557–558.   
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Chen, X., Niu, C.-J., & Pu, L. (2007). Effects of stocking density on growth and non-specific immune responses in juvenile soft-shelled turtle, pelodiscus sinensis. Aquaculture Research, 38(13), 1380–1386.   
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Chessman, B. C. (1987). Atmospheric and aquatic basking of the australian freshwater turtle emydura macquarii (gray) (testudines: chelidae). Herpetologica, 43(3), 301–306.   
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Cheylan, M. (1982). Densité, structure des populations et rhythmes d'activité de la tortue d'hermann testudo hermanni robertmertensi dans le sud-est de france. Bulletin de la Société Herpétologique de France, 22, 54–60.   
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Cheylan, M. (2001). Testudo hermanni gmelin, 1789 – griechische landschildkröte. In U. Fritz (Ed.), Handbuch der Reptilien und Amphibien Europas Vol. Band 3 / IIIA Schildkröten (Testudines) I (Bataguridae, Testudinidae, Emydidae), (pp. 179–289). Wiebelsheim: AULA-Verlag.   
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Chiszar, D., Tomlinson, T. W., Smith, H. M., Murphy, J. B., & Radcliffe, C. W. (1995). Behavioural consequences of husbandry manipulations: indicators of arousal, quiescence and environmental awareness. In C. Warwick, F. L. Frye & J. B. Murphy (Eds.), (pp. 186–204). London: Chapman & Hall.   
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Claussen, D. L., Lim, R., Kurz, M., & Wren, K. (2002). Effects of slope, substrate, and temperature on the locomotion of the ornate box turtle, terrapene ornata. Copeia, 2002(2), 411–418.   
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Cloudsley-Thompson, J. L. (2002). Why do some chelonians seem so silly? Herpetological Bulletin, 81, 3–4.   
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Codero, G. A., & Swarth, C. W. (2010). Notes on the movement and aquatic behavior of some kinosternid turtles. Acta Zoologica Mexicana, 26(1), 233–235.   
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Coleman, J. L., & Gutberlet, R. L. (2008). Seasonal variation in basking in two syntopic species of map turtles (emydidae: graptemys). Chelonian Conservation & Biology, 7(2), 276–281.   
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