If you have come across the waterfall at Wild Basin, I encourage you to try and find the family of snapping turtles living in the pool below. In order to identify snapping turtles, take a look at their tail. Snapping turtles have a large triangular tail that is easily seen while they are swimming. They are great at camouflaging in the muddy pool and often times hide underwater. However, snapping turtles may also be seen sunbathing on the shore or on logs. Due to the small size of the pool, their food source is limited. The snapping turtles at Wild Basin have a diet that consists of algae, tadpoles, and other various aquatic plants.