I would not recommend keeping them together. Turtle harvest many types of bacteria that your fish are not used to. Your fish would probably become ill and die trying to fight the bacteria. Also, your turtle (depending on size) could easily kill a fish, whether on purpose or unintentional. I would suggest separate tanks. Good luck
no, you are only able to mate same types of fish or turtle
Yes unless the cornsnake is HUGE and the turtle is tiny.
No, and for a number of reasons. First, seahorses are saltwater fish, and RES are freshwater animals. They could not live in the same environment. Secondly, a turtle would eat a seahorse. Turtles eat smaller fish. Third, seahorses are not available in many countries as they are a protected species. Fourth, even if you were to have a seahorse, they are very difficult to feed and keep alive. They are recommended only for very experienced aquarium keepers. Sorry!
ya they can but not a salamander with a snapper turtle the snapper will eat it
We keep turtle and snake in same class because both are reptiles.
Yes. They are both freshwater tropical community fish and should get along well.
depends on the FISH. if they saltwater fish, then you put salt water in the aquarium, same thing for the freshwater fish. if you dont know what kind of fish it is, look it up.
For a freshwater aquarium probable a shark, actually probable the same for saltwater.
In a box with some grass and rocks and little bowl of water to keep him/her hydrated. Or maybe in a fish tank with the same items
Yes. The first is an insectivore and the second a vegetarian.
The same way their wild counterparts mate.
t painted turtles can live in the same aquriam but DO NOT put a snapping turtle or painting turtle together not ant other but there own kind
Turtles, like fish, eat anything they can fit in their mouths. Can your turtle fit your betta in its mouth?
No they all eat the same amount
yes, you can. i have a very large turtle and a smaller turtle in the same tank and they get along fine. if you see the large one chasing the other, it may have food in its mouth so feed them at opposite ends of the aquarium. or, if your big turtle is a male, he might want to mate. to detract them from chasing each other have a hiding place for the small one and give feeder fish to keep the turtles busy. and i suggest each turtle having their own basking rock. my turtles get along fine.
I'm facing the same problem.Just wait for them to settle in with the other fish and the aquarium.
probably not its not a good idea. the beta fish and the snapping turtle would fight each other till the detah. and the turtle would end up winning
No! because tropical fish live in heated water and koi in cold water.
Angelfish will likely pick and nip at fighting fish if put in the same aquarium.
the one is weak
It is not recommended. Tropical fish come form a warm climate while goldfish are cold water fish.