This is a turtle of massive proportions, its shell an impenetrable coat of armor, and its snapping jaws capable of dismembering its prey.
A giant snapping turtle lurks near the shore or on the bottom of a body of water, where it remains motionless and hidden in its shell. When prey passes near, it shoots its neck out and bites.
Str 33, Dex 6, Con 25, Int 2, Wis 13, Cha 6
Environment any aquatic
Organization solitary or band (2–4)
Giant snapping turtles are very large and very aggressive versions of their smaller cousins. They are found in large lakes, rivers, and inland seas. The average giant snapping turtle is 40 feet in diameter, but they can grow to a diameter of 75 feet.