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Friday essay: the long history of warrior turtles, from ancient myth to warships to teenage mutants

By Louise Pryke, Honorary Research Associate and Lecturer, University of Sydney
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Though often seen as placid, turtles have been depicted as powerful, fighting animals since ancient times. One of the most famous battleships, the Korean Geobukseon, was called the 'Turtle Ship'.


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