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Yes as long as they are of similar sizes and completely healthy.

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There are many different kinds of turtles Pancake turtle, Giant turtle, Box turtle, Snapping turtles, Red eared slider turtle, Painted turtle,Spotted turtle, Sea turtle, loggerhead turtle, leatherback turtle, bog turtle, wood turtle, Blanding turtle, Barbours map turtle, Red bellied turtle, Diamondback terrapin turtle, Florida cooter, Arizona mud turtle, Florida softshell turtle, Stripeneck musk turtle, and the Pacific ridley and many many more


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.


musk turtles are a family of turtles divided into three subfamilys (sternothorus, claudius, and staurotypus) . the turtles have small glands near their posterior (rear end) that secretes musk if molested or captured. the musk is to drive off potential predators. some of the musk turtle are razor back musk turtle, common musk turtle, and Mexican giant musk turtle


Loggerhead musk turtle was created in 1857.


While sliders (Trachemys) have been involved in many cross-genus matings that lead to live, even fertile offspring, it is largely considered that musk turtles are far too distantly related to possibly create a hybrid.


a musk turtle or a eastern pained turtle


Razor-backed musk turtle was created in 1855.


About 8 ounces (227 grams) is what an adult musk turtle (Sternotherus odoratus) weighs.Specifically, the common musk turtle is the smallest turtle to be found in North America. It matures to a total length of 2 to 5 inches (5.08 to 12.7 centimeters). It may live between 15 and 20 years in the wild.


The red eared slider have yellow stripes - see related link to Wikipedia for more info Also, yellow bellied sliders, chicken turtle, map turtle, some musk and mud turtles, painted turtles all have some degree of yellow stripes on shell or head and neck area. Also, the box turtle species, mainly terrestrial, have yellow markings as well.


A musk turtle is in the "small turtle family" the painted turtles can grow to 12 inches and have lovely personalitys,but musks only grow to about 4-5 inches and have a shy personality. I'm going to get a musk soon!!


try map turtles or yellow or red bellies I have a razor back musk and he go's perfect with my Mississippi map turtle


No. The musk turtle, also known as the stinkpot turtle, is not an endangered species.


The Musk turtle can be found from southern Ontario, southern Quebec, and Southern Maine to the north, south Florida, and East central Texas. Other places where they live are central Wisconsin and Minnesota.


Sternotherus odoratus, or sometimes the stinkpot turtle


No reptile is capable of growing fur, including the musk turtle.


they call it the musk turtle because when it gets aggravated it lets out a foul stench much like a skunk. there also called stinkpot turtles.


What kind of turtle is it? Turtles like painted turtles and slider turtles should be fine. But turtles like musk, mud, or soft shell turtles would have trouble reaching the surface to breath. Do some research on your turtle and find out what their habitat should be. Deep or shallow.


no , the African "thumb" turtle is the smallest turtle


You can get common musk turtles from most reptile specialty shops. If they don't have one, they can probably order one for you. You can also get them online from Reptile City or The Turtle Source.



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It is very endangered because of its slowness.


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Musk ox lives in the tundra Musk ox live in the polar biome not tundra


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