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A turtle is a reptile, most of whose body is shielded by a special bony or cartilaginous shell.
Turtle(s) may also refer to:
- The Turtles, an American folk-rock band, best known for the 1967 hit song "Happy Together"
- Turtles (group), a K-Hip-Hop band
- Turtle (comics), two villains who were primarily enemies of Flash
- Turtle (Entourage), a character in the HBO television series Entourage
- Turtle (gaming), a primarily defensive strategy in various computer games
- Turtles (video game), a 1981 arcade game by Konami
- The Great and Powerful Turtle, aka "Turtle" or "The Turtle", a character in the Wild Cards novels
- Turtle, a character in Barbara Kingsolver's novels The Bean Trees and Pigs in Heaven
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, superhero franchise, often shortened to Turtles
People with the surname
- John Turtle (born 1937), Australian academic and endocrinologist
- Jon Turtle, American film and television producer
- Turtle, Wisconsin, United States, a town
- Turtle Mountains (California), United States
- Turtle Mound, Florida, United States a prehistoric archaeological site
- Rio Turtle or Turtle Rock, West Virginia, United States
- Turtle Mountain (Alberta), Canada
- Turtle Mountain, Guishan Island, Taiwan
- Turtle Bay (disambiguation)
- Turtle Creek (disambiguation)
- Turtle Island (disambiguation)
- Turtle Lake (disambiguation)
- Turtle (submersible), the first military submarine, built during the American Revolutionary War
- DSV Turtle, a retired ocean research submersible of the US Navy
- Turtle ship or Geobukseon, a type of Korean warship from the Joseon Dynasty
- Turtleback Deck or "deck, turtle nautical: A term applied to a weather deck that is rounded over from the shell of the ship so that it has a shape similar to the back of a turtle. Used on ships of the whaleback type and on the forward weather deck of torpedo boats."
- Turtle (robot), a class of educational robots used most prominently in the 1970s and 1980s
- Turtle (syntax), a Terse RDF Triple language
- Turtle F2F, a tool for exchanging contents in an anonymous and secure way over a friend-to-friend (F2F) network
- Turtle graphics
- Turtles (chocolate), a type of candy trademarked by DeMet's Candy Company
- Turtle's Records & Tapes, a defunct American retail chain
- Botts' dots, often called turtles in Washington and Oregon
- An archaic name for the turtle dove
- A member of the Ancient Order of Turtles
- A type of spinning float, a breakdancing move
- All pages beginning with "Turtle"
- Turtles all the way down
- TIRTL, a traffic logger and speed measurement device
- Turtling (disambiguation)
- Tortoise (disambiguation)
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