Then follow the ASTD&LS ( Alligator Snapping Turtle Diet & Life Style)...In the wild Alligator Snapping Turtles bury themselves in the mud with their mouth open. They wiggle this organ in their mouth that attracts fish which makes up most of their diet. Below is my 2 year old Alligator Snapper, Tank, who I raised from a hatchling. He eats anything that moves plus meat, fish, canned dog food, and hard boiled eggs. He never tries to bite and I take him in my swimming pool for exercise. One food group he hates is vegetables. So, the moral of the story is get some scuba gear, sit in the bottom of a pool, get very little exercise and eat a lot of fish.