Yes, like all other turtles Red Eared Slider Turtles lay eggs. There is no species of turtle that gives birth to live young.
no no no no no no no no they will drownd right when they hit water u should give you turtle sand to lay them in please
out of the water they will dround in water
yes a turtle DOES lay eggs!!!
It depends if its a red eared slider or a paint turtle or a snapping turtle (witch i doubt you have) im just gonna tell you all of the ones i listed red eared slider if its the first time first time 2 to 20 for a paint turtle 2 to 20 eggs and a snapping turtle 1 to ten so i hoped i helped
Not many usually. the most they usually lay is about 5 or 6.
No, only female red eared sliders lay eggs.
Yes, a pet turtle can lay eggs.
Yes. A male and female RES turtle will mate and the female will lay eggs.
No. Turtles lay their eggs out of water, they need air round their shells.
They lay eggs just like every other cold blooded animal
anywhere from two to twenty times per breeding season
No. Semi-Aquatic Turtles like the Red eared Slider will only lay eggs on land, not under water.
it takes 2 to 5 years for a turtle to lay eggs.
a sea turtle can lay 50-160 eggs but they lay 10 per minute.
Your question is some what unclear but I will try my best to answer it. A female turtle doesn't have to mate to lay eggs. So even a lone female turtle may lay unfertilized eggs. If an adult male and female turtle are kept together then they will mate. If the female doesn't have sand or dirt to lay her eggs in then she may lay her eggs in the water or on whatever land possible. If you know your turtle is pregnant and put her in an separate enclosure for 4 months then yes she probably will lay eggs in there.
The female turtle will lay the eggs and the male comes along and fertilizes them. The female turtle will lay eggs even if there is no male turtle around.
There's about a hundred or more than that a turtle lay eggs in their lifetime
All reptiles lay eggs. Reptiles are animals that have scales, are cold-blooded and lay eggs, like turtles and snakes and lizards.
A snapping turtle does not.
Depends what kind of female turtle we are speaking of. Some species lay their eggs in sand in a dry environment, but some are capable of doing it in the water.
red eared sliders sometimes lay unfertilized eggs.
YES! For example the female Green Sea Turtle will climb on a beach, dig a whole lay her eggs and return back to the water!
They lay their eggs near the beach in side a whole:)
They both lay eggs.