Yes, Red Eared Sliders are more active in warmer temperatures. Their activity and appetite is stimulated by temperature. 64-72 is a Slider's death zone, it is too warm for hibernation, and too cold to eat. Red Eared Sliders are very avid baskers.
No, red eared sliders can't live in saltwater. They are fresh water turtles.
red eared sliders will only eat in water. if you try to feed it out of water and it doesn't eat, don't get mad.
Wild Red Eared Sliders hibernate (brumate) in ponds or bodies of water at the bottom in the mud.
Red eared sliders can stay under the water for as long as 6 hours! Amazing right?
out of the water they will dround in water
When you feed a red eared slider, the food should be in the water.
Red-Eared Sliders are Semi-Aquatic turtles.
They live in water or an aquarium
They do in Fact Sleep under water.
They require it! They are aquatic turtles.
Baby red-eared sliders sleep as much as possible when they are young. In nature, they prefer to sleep on rocks or floating in shallow water.
Red Eared Sliders are water turtles so they need water but sand can be in their tank with them. Sand tends to clog filters though, so gravel would be a better option.
Yes and no they need water to eat but they can be on land
Yes, their water levels need to be as deep as possible.
res (red eared sliders) can go along time under water;don't worry about it just make sure they have a nice spot to reach and get air.
No, red ear sliders cannot live in salt water. They Cannot handle the heavy salts.
Yes,red eared sliders are very tough and aren't as fussy as other turtles
If red eared sliders need air they either stick their head out of th water or go on the land. If kept at home they must have some type of land or bridge to get air from.....
Fresh water, with a strong filter. Change water once every month.
Usually turtles sleep in the water with their head sticking out for air.
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No. Red eared sliders are water turtles, while box turtles are land turtles.:)
Because their cornea isn't affected by water like a human's is. I know this because I have two red sliders :)
red eared sliders love to swim so when they come to the bank to res grab them that is what i do or wate by a log on the water f.y.i only babys come to the bank the olders go on top of logs
Head straight to the water and adapate to their new home