Can you put a baby turtle in the same tank with a big tadpole?
No. The turtle will try to eat the tadpole. Even if it is tiny it will just take chunks out of the tadpole until the tadpole dies.
definitely no. aquatic turtles will try to eat anything that moves and it smaller than them
Yes I did it yesterday and today they are just fine
No, a mussel or clam cannot be put in the same tank as a baby turtle. Baby turtles, as well as adult turtles will eat mussels and clams.
It depends on how big the tank or pond is you need 10to gallons for each baby turtle or 20 for each adult turtle
No they will kill each other
A baby turtle does not need a tank as their mother lays their eggs in the sand near the ocean where they live.
YES, you can put a map turtle in the same tank with a slider.
A 30 gallon tank is alright for a baby snapper turtle. But know they will out grow this tank and they will need a bigger living environment.
When they're a baby try a ten gallon tank. The tank will ned to get bigger as the turtle does so it has more space
You obviously have too much time on your hands to asking a question like that.
I have a musk turtle kept with neon tetres and sucker fish, occasionally one does get eaten but that's probably because it got in the way of him eating
No because the bigger turtle will bully the baby turtles to where the can't eat or get on dry land!
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
For a tiny, tiny baby turtle, that is just fine. But an adult turtle needs a much, much bigger tank than that. An adult turtle needs a 20-gallon tank (30 inches long and 12 inches wide).
a tadpole can come out of its water tank when its fully grown into a frog
How do you set up a tank for a baby painted turtle Our turtle has worn it's front legs raw from clawing the corners of the tank?
Put something in there for it to climb out of the water on.
no it can not because it may give the turtle disease
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
no, the painted turtle will eat the toad
My turtle is a baby and I have a 50 litre tank. He would probably fit into it until he is about 5-6 years old, maybe even older. So maybe if your turtle is older than 10 years old, get a larger tank.
Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question. However, turtle shells should not be painted. The paint prevents the shell from growing with the turtle, and it amounts to slow suffocation and death for the painted turtle. first he did not paint the turtle that's the type of turtle he has second yes they can be in the same tank.
Yes, you can and you should. Tap water should never be used in a turtle tank. Use Brita filtered water, or, if you can afford it, fill the tank with Poland Spring.
They will probally be eaten
Turtle will most likely kill frog eventually.
If only the wild turtle shows no agression. From my xperience, my wild turtle fatally bit my small red eared slider to death.
what will happen is that the baby false map turtle will get along with the red ear slider .B ut it will just take a will.
Only if you don't mind it eating the fish !
yes as long as it's not a boa
Yes as long as they are of similar sizes and completely healthy.
NO! The box turtle would seriously hurt or kill the hermit crab.
no it doesn't it just needs a tank with water, rocks, and a stick or log to climb on.
Just as long as they can't get a hold of the turtle, or the tank.
Turtles, like fish, eat anything they can fit in their mouths. Can your turtle fit your betta in its mouth?
No, I've seen many videos of the result of the two being in the same tank. It isn't pretty.
Well I have a baby box turtle and he is active. In his tank I place large rocks in the water and he tends to stay on there for about three minutes.
yes but it depends on how big the turtle is and how big the tank is :)
Well you have to have a UV Light, a Turtle Dock, a Filter, a Heater, and at the least a 10 gallon tank. You need 1 gallon per inch of turtle. I have two baby painted turtles and they eat "Baby Shrimp and Krill" and eat alot each day. You should get some plants and gravel to put in the tank too. Turtles love to swim, so in the summer you can build a little… Read More
I would not try it
A turtle tank should be 20 gallons or more to be a good home. Depending on the species and how big the turtle will get, you will need to buy a bigger tank as it grows.
No-the snapper will eat the slider!
a tank alligator?
Is it ok to put a baby painted turtle about the size of an apple in the same tank as a baby snapper that is only about the size of a quarter?
I would have to say no, but if you do you might want to check them to see if they don't fight, but I still wouldn't do it because then they will get use to each other when it is time to separate them and they will not eat. And the painted turtle might just go ahead and eat the snapper because it would be small enough to eat.
Yes they can but it isn't a very good choice. I have had my turtle since it was a baby and i fed him small fish that i let swim around the tank so he would have to chase it to eat it and the smallest kind that i could find of turtle food
A 50 gallon turtle tank can hold 50 gallons.
Your baby snapping turtle would have night and day in the wild, so in your terrerium, it also needs darkness, but the tank still needs to maintain the same temperature. You can get heat globes that don't generate light, so a good idea might be to have a light emitting one also, and to switch them over at night time, so your turtle has a healthier environment and better chance of survival.
One of the easiest turtles to take care of would be a water turtle. Every 1 to 3 days clean the tank. If it's a baby turtle, you only have to feed it a food stick 2 or 3 times a day.
Yes, i have one but i also have lots of hiding places and plants for the fish.
yes but they may try to mate if opposite genders
Yes, they can.
The tadpole may well make a meal of the guppy or at least bit chunks of the guppys fins. I would not advise it.