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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.

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


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


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.


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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.


The average life span is around 20 + years but some have been known to live over 40 years


The carapace of the Red-eared slider turtle can reach up to 30 cm in length. The females of the species are normally a little larger than the males. The lifespan is between 20 and 30 years. They live longer in the wild.


Red-eared turtles usually grow 1 to 1 1/2 inches a year. so your turtle is probably around 6 years of age.


personally i recently introduced a 6 month old turtle to the troupe,my larger female of 7 years can be very rough and tried to bite Him/her i would see how they go and keep you have on you larger turtle whilst introducing them,my smaller male of 4 years seems very protective over my smaller one.


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).


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Red eared slider turtles grow to be 10-12 inches long. A healthy turtle that is fed and cared for in the right way, in the right habitat, will grow about 1/4 inch a month. They can live for about 40 years.



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These turtles live for at least 40 years. I've heard reports of some who had lived into their sixties. My oldest is presently 36.


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