I thought I'd try something a little different with these EDGE species polls considering that mammals and birds have now been covered and focus on a series of polls of the stranger EDGE reptiles before calling it a day with these threads. First up are two curious and critically endangered chelonians: The Madagascar big headed turtle and the Roti Island snake necked turtle. Both species are critically endangered due to overexploitation for their meat, illegal collection for the pet trade, habitat destruction and the destruction and fragmentation of their wetland habitats in Madagascar and Indonesia respectively. Which of these reptile species interests you most / will you vote for ? Please also feel free to write comments regarding why you made the choice and why the species you have voted for interests you more. Thanks ! Look forward to seeing the results! Photo credits to @Zooish and @Julio C Castro.