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Snapper(s) may refer to:
- Lutjanidae, a family of fish known as snappers
- Lutjanus campechanus, a fish found in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic coast of the United States
- Bigeye snapper (Lutjanus lutjanus), a fish that primarily lives in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, sometimes known as simply "Snapper"
- Cubera snapper (Lutjanus cyanopterus), native to the western Atlantic Ocean
- Fishes from other families including:
- Chelydridae, a family of freshwater turtles of which both extant species are known as snapping turtles, informally shortened to "snapper"
- Sistrurus catenatus, also known as black snapper, a snake
Arts and entertainment
- The Snapper (novel), a 1990 novel by Roddy Doyle
- The Snapper (film), a film based on the above novel
- Snapper (video game), a faithful clone of Pac-Man for the BBC Micro
- Snapper Music, a UK record label
- Snapper (band), a New Zealand indie rock band
- Snapper Carr, a character in the DC Universe
- Snapper Foster, a character on the soap opera The Young and the Restless
- Snapper (puzzle), a mechanical puzzle
- Snapper Inc., a residential lawn care and snow removal equipment company
- Snapper card, a New Zealand contactless smartcard and USB device
- Bang snaps or "snappers", a type of small pyrotechnic noisemaker
- 3M6 Shmel, an anti-tank missile with NATO reporting name AT-1 Snapper
- HMS Snapper, the name of eight ships of the Royal Navy
- USS Snapper, the name of more than one ship of the United States Navy
- Snapper, a hamlet in the UK that was served by Snapper Halt railway station
- Snapper Island (disambiguation), the name of two islands in Australia
- Long snapper, a specialized center player in American football
- Steve "Snapper" Jones (1942–2017), American basketball player and television analyst
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