A aquarium xD
A snapping turtle will need a box or aquarium to live in. He will need food and water and some rocks and plants.
Wild red eared sliders live about 20 years. Red eared sliders that live in an aquarium (that has a filter and a heater) can live up to 85 years. You always need to have a light for any aquarium turtle to rest in the "sun" or your turtle will not be that happy... I have one and is eight years so Turt has a long way to go.
yes, is the short answer. but there is a lot more to it than that
They can just live in an aquarium with the normal pebbles on the bottom that all fish live in.
it can but it is mostly a land turtle or tortoise.> Yo im sorry but your turtle does need enough water to cover his entire body but i agree he is a land turtle so he needs a lot of land
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Salt water hermit crabs need to live in ocean water that has been properly set up (like a reef aquarium). Land hermit crabs need access to both fresh and salt water but live the majority of their lives on land.
You do not have to change the gravel in the aquarium, but it does need to be cleaned. You can do this using a gravel vacuum that is made for aquariums, and make it a regular routine such as a weekly routine.
mostly water and land you'll need a water pan for the turtle to soak in whenever he wants to. Feed fruits and veggeis, and earthworms and insects. They like dirt or mulch to dig into.
A turtle that won't eat is probably sick. It could be as simple as insufficient warmth. Consult an expert at the pet store about sort of temperature a turtle aquarium should be. You may also need to see a vet.
No, it depends on the type "turtle."
they need to basket for vitamin 3d
10 gallon if its only 2 inches and a 20 gallon for 4 inches
All you need is an aquarium, a filter, a lighting system, sand, live rocks, some saltwater, and something to start the cycle.
water or sometimes air
A baby turtle does not need a tank as their mother lays their eggs in the sand near the ocean where they live.
yes. turtles can live on land, yet they need water to live. but yes they can live on land.
This is a strange question. You obviously need land to live because you can not live in the sea for sustained periods of time.
most of the time but with betta fish no they can live at room tepature
It depends on the species of turtle. Some are water turtles like the red eared slider and some are land turtles like the box turtle. You would need to know the species to know the preferred habitat. If keeping the turtle as a pet, you'll want to create a habitat similar to that they would have in the wild.For red ear sliders, yellow bellied sliders and water turtles, they will need a large aquarium with a filter and aeration. They need heat lamps and a docking platform so they can get out of the water and bask to dry their shell. They need UVA and UVB light in order to digest food and stay healthy.Land turtles, including the gulf coast box turtle, need a box of soil mixture, a water bowl, a hiding place and a heat lamp. For the substrate, use a mixture of soil and moss.
well next time it;s what DOES AN AQUARIUM NEED and they need water and fish
they can't live in land because they can die. the frogs in another hand can live in land,but need to be careful of what their prey can be.