The largest ever recorded turtle was a leatherback turtle that weighed in at 2,016 pounds and was 9 feet long. It died after becoming trapped in fishing lines.
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Archelon is an extinct marine turtle from the Late Cretaceous, and is the largest turtle ever to have been documented, with the biggest specimen measuring 460 cm (15 ft) from head to tail, 400 cm (13 ft) from flipper to flipper, and 2,200 kg (4,900 lb) in weight.
The largest (heaviest, longest) turtle – Top 10 First turtles appeared on Earth 220 million years ago, so they are one of the oldest animals. Currently live 228 species and 124 subspecies of these reptiles.
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No, this isn't the largest turtle recorded on camera. It is a Hawksbill sea turtle, and it's a chonker, that's true. They get up to about 3 feet long and almost 300 pounds, though most are about half that weight.
The largest alligator snapping turtle ever caught weighed many times more than the famous Facebook photo that has been spreading around recently.
Sadly, the turtle had drowned after being trapped by fishing lines. It was approximately 100 years old when it died. The turtle attracted worldwide attention as it was the largest turtle and heaviest turtle ever recorded, measuring almost 3m (9ft) in length and weighing 914 kilos (2,016 pounds).
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Goliath may have claimed the world's largest (and heaviest) 'tortie' title, but in truth he stood a pretty good chance of success as only the Aldabra giant tortoise (Aldabrachelys gigantea), from the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles, can rival the Galápagos tortoise as the world's largest species based on average size.