|Savanna side-necked turtle|
|Among water lettuce|
L. Müller, 1935
The savanna side-necked turtle (Podocnemis vogli), also commonly known as the Llanos side-necked turtle, is a species of turtle in the family Podocnemididae. The species is endemic to South America.
The specific name, vogli, is in honor of Father Cornelius Vogl (1884–1959), who was a Benedictine missionary in Venezuela from 1925 to 1959.
Podocnemis vogli is found in the Orinoco river system in the Llanos in Venezuela and Colombia.