From snap, Snapping beetle.
(Science: zoology) A large and voracious aquatic turtle (Chelydra serpentina) common in the fresh waters of the united states; so called from its habit of seizing its prey by a snap of its jaws. Called also mud turtle. See alligator snapper, under Alligator.
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