Adult fontanelles in sunken
Red-eared slider terrapin Differences exist in usage of the common terms turtle, tortoise , and terrapin , depending on the variety of English being used. Tortoise usually refers to any land-dwelling, non-swimming chelonian. In North America, all chelonians are commonly called turtles. Tortoise is used only in reference to fully terrestrial turtles or, more narrowly, only those members of Testudinidae , the family of modern land tortoises. The word chelonian is popular among veterinarians, scientists, and conservationists working with these animals as a catch-all name for any member of the superorder Chelonia, which includes all turtles living and extinct, as well as their immediate ancestors.
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Adult Head/Skull and soft spot similiar to a newborn child.
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I keep saying that to my patients when they ask about him. The emotional yo-yo between pure excitement about them growing up, with the simultaneous dread of losing these baby moments, remains real and palpable. The essence of parenthood I suppose is that stew of anxiety-thrill-dread-adoration-excitement as the days unfold and you hope for new things for your little baby while lamenting the loss of precious moments of who your baby is on a Monday in January. So the soft spot is a good place to go to calm my inner anxiety about my toddlers walking out the door to college. Lots of new parents ask me about caring for the soft spot.
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