One red eared slider will require a 20 gallon tank at the least.you can start putting more sliders in at about 60gallons.
In a 1,000,000,000 gallon tank
Red Eared Sliders are water turtles so they need water but sand can be in their tank with them. Sand tends to clog filters though, so gravel would be a better option.
Yes ! The filter will help to keep the tank clean by removing uneaten food particles, and faeces from the water - reducing the amount of bacteria.
not a cage but a tank it depends on the size of the turtle always porvide swimmig water and land a lamp too.
Just as long as they can't get a hold of the turtle, or the tank.
they need lots of swimming water land food sun shine or sun lamp tank there,but can live a while without food or water
well they are aquatic so they will probably drink water from the tank
for a 5 inch or smaller,i would say a 20 gallon and for 1 foots,100 gallon or bigger. the more it grows,the bigger the tank.
Yes they can recently I caught my two new sliders mating in their tank and they were at the ready age.
Adult sliders need 75 gallons plus of water. Babies can be perfectly happy starting out in a 10gallon tank and upgrading as they grow. The water should be as deep as possible.
In nature and outdoor captivity, red eared sliders swim in water, and then climb on top of rocks to bask in the sun for periods of time. In an indoor tank, red eared sliders swim in the tank and then climb on top of a floating turtledock provided by their owner, and bask in UV-B simulating lamps.