The roti island snake-necked turtle is an oddly shaped freshwater turtle found only on the Indonesian island of Rote. The neck is nearly as long as the carapace of the turtle and is extremely mobile. In the wild it only exists in small isolated pockets in the central highlands of Rote Island. The species is an island endemic and is very susceptible to human interference. The exotic pet trade has decimated this species in the wild as it is one of the most desired turtle in the international pet trade.