Can Big turtles live with Small Turtles?
Yes. Large turtles can get on with smaller turtles like they were the same size :)
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Sun turtles are land turtles and species of Snappers are aquatic, u can put them together but u would have to have a big enough tank to where they both had equal amounts of room to move about, and that would be a pretty big tank, the sun turtle would need a sand habitat and the Snapper would need a water habitat, they would still fight because Turtles tend to be terratorial.
Aquatic turtles need to live in water. How deep depends on the species. Turtles like painted turtles or slider turtles need water to be as deep as possible. Turtles like musk and snapping turtles need shallower water. They have to have land too, a turtle need to be able to completely dry off when ever they want to. Tortoises or box turtles need a shallow, easy to climb in, dish that is big enough for…
Since I live at a home that has a creek, I know what it is like to have baby snapping turtles. I have also taken care of a couple big ones. Snapping turtles eat worms, June Bugs, crickets and small fish. If it is a baby, cut the worms and fish up smaller. They will eat whole crickets and June Bugs though.
What sentences show the correct subject-verb agreement Under the house is two big turtles or Under the hose are two big turtles?
actually, they can. have at least one place or arch where the small one can hide. they will share the rock if its big enough but it is nice to have each turtle have its own space. if you see your big turtle chasing the little one, see if its male. (you can tell if the claws are bigger and the tail is fatter) if it is, put feeder fish in the tank, large ones…
Honestly, some turtles are nicer than others. That means, if a big turtle is real mean and gruff, it may bully other turtles. If it's a sweet and kind turtle, it probably won't. Same with baby turtles. I have four turtles. My oldest is kinda of rough but my second youngest won't take that kind of attitude; in fact, she'll dish it right back!
It depends on what type of turtle you are talking about. Family Carettochelyidae (pignose turtles) Family Chelidae (Austro-American side-necked turtles) Family Cheloniidae (sea turtles) Family Chelydridae (snapping turtles and big-headed turtles) Family Dermatemydidae (Mesoamerican river turtle) Family Dermochelyidae (leatherback turtle) Family Emydidae (box turtles and pond turtles) Family Kinosternidae (mud turtles and musk turtles) Family Pelomedusidae (Afro-American side-necked turtles) Family Testudinidae (tortois es) Family Trionychidae (softshell turtles)