The Pig-Nosed Turtle is a type of turtle that is found in the wetlands of Australia and New Guinea. They are a dark olive green color with a pale yellow underbelly. They have a long, pig-like snout which gives them their common name. They are a semi-aquatic species and can be found in both fresh and salt water. They are omnivorous and feed on a variety of things, including plants, small fish, and insects. They are a relatively common species and can be found in many wetland areas.