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Answered 2012-06-08 01:47:28

Red-Eared Sliders are Semi-Aquatic turtles.

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red eared turtles live in both ,water and land

No. Red eared sliders are water turtles, while box turtles are land turtles.:)

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No, red eared sliders can't live in saltwater. They are fresh water turtles.

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Red eared slider turtles bask though out the day. There is no specific time that they prefer.

No, but their happier with it and without it they don't grow to much.

Fresh what if you have salt water they might die

No, they just drink out of the water they swim in.

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They are red. And are baby turtles . Sooo there baby red turtles

not very long. it is best to keep your red eared slider in the water.

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Red Eared Sliders are aquatic turtles. They generally spend their time in a pond like environment, and come up to bask in the sun.Image search "red eared slider" to find out. They are very unique looking and very easy to tell what kind of turtle they are.Then, return them wherever you got them. You obviously shouldn't be owning turtles.

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