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Clown Fish, they love red eared slider turtle.


Your turtle can eat feeder fish.


it will if in a pond with wish


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.


Yes, fish are the Red Eared Slider turtles natural prey. Your turtle will enjoy chasing around the fish and eating them as well.


A baby red eared slider needs as much as two of its shells sideways.


Turtle pellets, feeder fish, fruits, etc.


red eared slider turtle do not eat sharks. despite there ability to practically devour anything the sharks are to big to attempt to attack it. hence turtles do not try to attack them and red eared slider turtles don't eat them. :)


A red eared slider can eat cucumber slices, thin carrot slices, small feeder fish, dried shrimp, and turtle food pellets. The cucs and the carrots and the food pellets are daily, and the shrimp and the fish are like treats. :)


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


Not very many but i keep a lot in my cage at all times and he is a baby Red eared slider. He tares the fish up and eats some of them then leaves it and has a new one after a little bit.


yes you can, but make sure you have a good filtering system and lighting, 10 or 20 gallon should work fine for a slider


A Red eared slider turtle is an omnivore. They tend to stick to a more carnivore diet as a baby, and grow into being more herbivorous as they age. You can buy turtle pellet food from a local pet store to feed them as a base diet but you should also feed them a variety of different food such as: earthworms, crickets, feeder fish (they can work, though they can also carry diseases), etc.


feeder fish worms waxworms feeder worms crickets shrimp turtle pellets mice


Yes! All fish can, except the beta fish. I know this because i have three fish and two red eared slider turtles. I have a beta fish, a goldfish, and a black Moore goldfish. The two other fish, besides the beta, work really well with my red eared slider turtles.


Not very many fish would be able to live with a red eared slider. However, you could probably keep a couple of Algie fish these fish tend to stay at the bottom of the tank so they shouldn't get Hurt. You could also try fish larger than the turtle. Hope I helped and GL with your turtle


idk about land turtles but my red eared slider eats pellets,mealworms,crickets,fish and plants(vegetables)


Yes. The most common fish a Red Eared Slider will eat is Commet Goldfish. Red eared sliders will eat fish, but fish are full of worms and parasites which will contaminate your filter. For an indoor slider I suggest only pellets and veggies. Plus they eat parts of the fish and the rest you would have to clean out right away. My slider loves just his pellets, he snubs romaine lettuce and any other veggie I have tried. Ice berg lettuce is not good for sliders either. I have a 4 year old slider that is 5 inches long he is in a 40 gallon tank alone.


feed it turtle food but make sure the food is big.feed it lettuce and krill.also earthworms and fresh fish.


He eats baby shrimps,meat,crickets,goldfish(any fish lol),somone people give fish food...


The turtle will be safe, but not the fish.



if you mean the fish spelled PLECO. There is a small chance that it will.


Red-eared slider turtles will eat fish such as minnows, goldfish, and guppies. Besides fish, they also eat bugs, snails, tadpoles and even worms.


Red-eared sliders only eat tad-poles,mealworms silkworms and smaller fish



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