Snappy Snapper LbNA # 15277 (ARCHIVED)
|Owner||Txns 4 TX|
|Placed Date||May 15 2005|
|Location||Missouri City, TX|
|Found By||schodek5 (Attempted)|
|Last Update||Jun 2 2007|
Snapping Turtles are indigenous to the Texas region and can be found along lakes and swamplands throughout the southwest area. "Snappy" is loctaed in Kitty Hollow Park located in Missouri City -- Highway 6, across from Sienna Plantation.
To find "Snappy", locate the octagon at the highest point in the park. At the center of the octagon, face due North and look out over the park. You will see several pavillions and park areas. Turn 90 degrees Northwest and lookout over the lake. Check out any alligator and/or snapping turtle activity in the water or along the shore. From here, find the median from the previous point. Take six steps from the center of the octagon and find the median point again and look underneath the deck. "Snappy" is hiding under the deck in the dark where snapping turtles hide. Careful -- he may bite!