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American Sign Language: "turtle"


To do the sign for "turtle" cover an "A" hand with a "curved hand."  (The "A" hand should be your dominant hand. Thus, if you are right handed, your left-hand should be on top.) Move the thumb of your "A" hand side to side a couple times as if representing the head of a turtle.


TURTLE: 

 


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