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After she has buried her eggs, she leaves. The box turtle’s mothering duties are over. Box turtle eggs are at high risk. A nest may be flooded, drowning the babies inside the eggs. It may be raided by a predator, such as a raccoon or a fox, that smells the eggs or the female box turtle’s scent. Ants can destroy box turtle eggs. Snakes sometimes grab and eat the eggs as the box turtle lays them. The eggs are buried about 60 days. During this time, the baby turtles grow and develop within the soft shells.
Status and Conservation of Turtles of the Northeastern United States. Lincoln: Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1997. edu. This site includes an Illinois Natural History Survey report on the eastern box turtle. com The site contains information on box turtles of all sorts. It also includes articles about how to care for box turtles and on turtle rehabilitation and conservation. gov/nathis/herpetol/boxturtles This is an online version of an article with photos from Conservationist magazine. It gives the natural histories of the three-toed and ornate box turtles.