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Of course! A red eared slider is the most common pet turtle in America!
1stly its not "red eye slider", its "red eared slider". the biting may be his way of saying keep out of my territory. you should separate themin these cases
Yeah. I found one on my driveway after a flood and made him my pet.
yes because it snaps!!
If it's a baby yes,but when bigger it should go to the outdoors.
If they're keep together - the RES will have an expensive meal !
There isn't a yes or no answer to this question. It really depends on your preference. Most people probably wouldn't think a snapping turtle would be a good pet because they can be dangerous. The best answer to this question is no. Although snapping turtles are neat they can be dangerous to people. They also have their own home in the wild so you really shouldn't take them away from there just to keep them as a pet. If you want a turtle I would suggest not getting a snapping turtle but going to the pet store and buying a regular turtle.
You should keep a baby red ear slider away from other pets like dogs and cats because they are small so keep them in a good tank with maybe other baby turtles
snakes spiders fish and other turtles ,so i advice you to keep it away from turtles
alligator snapping turtles are an important part of the ecosystem and help keep the food chain in lined. theyare also endangered and should be protected as all animals should.