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can two slider turtles live together?
Yes, but only as a treat. Turtles need a varied diet, and Red Eared Sliders move to a more plant based diet as they grow. Giving them too much protein can cause odd shell growth, and eventual deformation.
slider turtles can live for 40 years if they are well taken care of.
No, but you can feed them live fish, turtle pellets, small snails and tadpoles, earth and blood worms, aquatic plants, and occasionally supplement their diet with cooked chicken, hard boiled eggs, and raw ground beef.
There is no such thing as a red eye slider, maybe you were trying to say redeared slider. (the red is not on it's eye, it is on it's ears) Common mistake. Check this website out. It tells you alot of things about the red eared slider. http://www.austinsturtlepage.com/Care/caresheet-red_ear_slider.htm
it's the Red-Eared Slider (on PCH) Box turtles and slider turtles.
Red eared slider turtles bask though out the day. There is no specific time that they prefer.
No turtles have teeth. They all have beaks.
Red ear slider turtles will eat goldfish. This is a natural food source for the turtles.
No, only the same breed of turtles can mate. Except sub breeds, like the Yellow Belly Slider and Red Eared Slider. And the Mud and Musk turtles.
The red eared slider does, but the yellow bellied slider does not.
no they are two different species
A slider turtle is basically like a category of turtles including the Yellow Belly Slider Turtle and the Red Eared Slider turtle.
Well, I think it depends on the species. I have 2 turtles. One is a red eared slider and the other is a yellowbellied slider. They get together fine but my 3rd turtle (a map) got killed by my red eared slider and that brings it back to me thinking it depends on the species.
Yes, yellow belly slider turtles can eat fish!
red eared turtles live in both ,water and land