the male painted turtle wiggles it's nails in front of the female turtles
Many turtles do mate in the water. Many, like box turtles, mate on land. There are roughly 300 members of the order Testudines, so you are going to have both occurring in multiple species.
I have researched the same question and I read that painted turtles can only procreate with other painted turtles. Red eared sliders and painted will try to have sex but cannot reproduce
They mate in sometimes caves under water or in deep depths of the ocean then lay there eggs on shore at night and push them into the ground
that is not true a sea turtle bites when it wants a mate i know i had two
When they decide they are old enough so probably around1 year hope this helped!
No, only the same breed of turtles can mate. Except sub breeds, like the Yellow Belly Slider and Red Eared Slider. And the Mud and Musk turtles.
Turtles will mate in captivity, but only if the conditions are perfect. Getting turtles to mate in captivity is rare.
turtles mate every two to four years. turtles do not mate every year, or day.
No, different types of turtles can only mate with each other if they are both part of the same sub species. for instance yellow belly sliders and red eared sliders can mate. but a painted turtle and box turtle would not mate.
Turtles mate at about 5-6 years of age.
Snapping turtles mate from May through November