no the turtle will die!
No way!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The shark will eat it! Don't even take the chance!!
A red-tailed shark female and a red-tailed shark male.
Red Ear Sliders live in and around fresh water. In the unlikely event that a collector has in his/her possession a Bull Shark or a River Shark then the turtle would most certainly be eaten.
Sharks are a type of fish
Yes. Here is a shot film showing a tiger shark eating a sea turtle. http://shizzville.com/tiger-shark-eats-sea-turtle No, the turtles shell is too hard.
Some of the endangered species of the Great Barrier Reef include:Loggerhead turtleOlive Ridley turtleLeatherback turtleHawksbill Sea turtleGreen sea turtleDugongHumpback whaleGrey nurse sharkSpeartooth sharkWhale sharkall 4 species of sawtooth shark found in the GBR
yea if the shark is already dead:)
So that for example, when the turtle is swimming, a shark comes close. The shark loves Turtle meat so it tries to grab it. The turtle terrifies and so, fall back into it's shell. The shell is hard enough that Shark can't bite through and small enough that Shark can't get in. After sometimes, the Shark would lose interest and go away. The turtle comes out and lives his life.
The Black tailed reef shark and the Nighthead shark.
Ther is no apparent sexual dimorphism in Red Tailed Black Sharks.
Land shark. It's a Land shark. Land shark. It's a land shark. Get a turtle backback add a fin and, LANDSHARK!
um, in land, yes, but i dont think so in water unless it is a unique type of fast turtle or a slow shark
Yes, but make sure that you have a biggen enough aquarium. :/
The Loggerhead turtle and Green sea turtle are common sea turtles eaten by the tiger shark. Although, the loggerhead is more than 50% more likely to be eaten than a green sea turtle.
Your question does not make sense.
An alligator could eat a turtle in its shell, and a shark could eat a sea turtle in its shell.
Look up Red-tailed black shark, that might be what your referring to.
The sea turtle can actually turn to the side if faced with a predator like a tiger shark, which will try to get the shell or a flipper in its mouth. When the turtle turns its shell facing the shark, the shark can't wrap its mouth around the shell, so it acts like a shield.
It can but it is very hard!:0
Yes , they can if you have a big tank.
A shark can eat an adult sea turtle. There are lots of fish that can eat baby sea turtles.
a forty-eight inch one
Duck Shark Turtle PPaisley there are many more :)