No, red eared sliders can't live in saltwater. They are fresh water turtles.
Fellow Red-eared Sliders.
red eared sliders will only eat in water. if you try to feed it out of water and it doesn't eat, don't get mad.
Wild Red Eared Sliders hibernate (brumate) in ponds or bodies of water at the bottom in the mud.
Red eared sliders can stay under the water for as long as 6 hours! Amazing right?
Red-Eared Sliders are Semi-Aquatic turtles.
When you feed a red eared slider, the food should be in the water.
yes, mini red eared sliders do exist
No, red-eared sliders are not illegal in England.
out of the water they will dround in water
They live in water or an aquarium
Because their cornea isn't affected by water like a human's is. I know this because I have two red sliders :)
Red eared sliders, as well as all turtles and tortoises are egg layers.
Yes, red eared sliders eat minnows in the wild and in captivity.
They do in Fact Sleep under water.
yes warmth and water
i profer fresh
no and yes. Red Eared Sliders can eat corn but it is better if they eat greens.
no, they are not
Baby red-eared sliders sleep as much as possible when they are young. In nature, they prefer to sleep on rocks or floating in shallow water.
No, red ear sliders cannot live in salt water. They Cannot handle the heavy salts.
Yes,red eared sliders are very tough and aren't as fussy as other turtles
yes they can be separated because by nature, red eared sliders are solitary creatures.