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No, the snapper would take a bite out of him.

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No. Eventually the turtle will kill the catfish.

they can live anywhere from 10-40

ya they can but not a salamander with a snapper turtle the snapper will eat it

No - the turtle will always view them as food !

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

no way a res turtle lives mainly in water and a box turtle live on land there care is just to diffrent for them live together.

the "red eared slider turtle" would be the best one because they can live up to 50 years!

Its really a gamble to put any fish with a red eared slider , it depends how big the sucker fish is if it is small the turtle with probably eat it , you are supposed to let them grow up together i have a sucker fish with my red eared slider but they are baby's so they have not bothered it.

no fish can't live with turtles because the turtles will eat the fish.

Alligator Snapping Turtle do.

They both have same needs. Only difference is that they live in different places.In fact, there so alike they can live together.

For a short period of time yes. Eventually you will need one if you want your turtle to be healthy and live longer.

Turtle. Red eared slider turtles, live about 20 years and are just easier to take care of. Tortoises live 75 years and are harder

Red Eared Slider Turtles are aquatic turtles witch means they live in all water.Usually they will want water.If you have any more questions go to

No, because a red-eared slider lives in ponds and lakes and garter snakes live in grassy fields. They also have different humidity requirements.

I'm pretty sure. I've had a red eared slider and an Ouachita map turtle living together in the same tank for about... I don't know exactly... Maybe about 3 years? They are friendly toward each other (well, they aren't mean to each other) so I'm pretty sure they can be in the same tank. But my red eared slider did grow up together.

No they need sun to survive because there shell and scine will get MST

Almost any fish but not goldfish. Goldfish are good feed for turtles

the aillgator snapping turtle live as long as 100 to 500 years

When taken care of correctly, a red-eared slider can live around fifty years. They are definitely a pet that you can pass down to your children or grandchildren.

Some tortoises have been known to live over 100 years but the average turtle lives about 30 (red eared slider) to 80 (sea turtles and box turtles).

Box Turtles are land turtles and mate on land and Sliders are water turtles and mate in the water, so this would never happen and if it did, they would not be able "procreate" (have young). A Red Eared Slider can only procreate with another Red Eared Slider but they have been known to "mate" (have sex) with Yellow Bellied Sliders. They probably wouldn't try to mate with any other kind of turtle, other than a similar species of water turtle like a Painted Turtle or maybe a Map Turtle. A Slider probably would not try to mate with a Soft Shell Turtle or a Snapping Turtle even though they live in the same water or any species of land turtle like a Box Turtle because they would not recognize it as a possible mate. When a Red Eared Slider tries to mate with a Yellow Bellied Slider, it is because its instincts are telling it that based on size, shape, and mating displays and behaviors, etc., it is another Red Eared Turtle. Interestingly, Red Eared Sliders and Yellow Bellied Sliders rages currently overlap and where they do there is a lot of unsuccessful mating going on between the two species but they cannot procreate. That is part of the "definition" of a separate species. There are very few species of land turtles in the Eastern Box Turtle's Range that it could mistake for another Box Turtle and try to mate with. For much of its range the only other land turtle around would be the Wood Turtle (AKA: Red Legged Turtle) and they are not very similar.

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