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How do spiny soft shell turtles defend tier selves?
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Asked in Indiana, Reptiles, Turtles and Tortoises
What species of turtle are native to Indiana?
How did spiny soft shell turtles become endangered?
"Suthan ate them, ate them ALL " Pathetic ! I must say that has got to be the most pathetic answer in history! Anyway as for a proper answer, they became endangered when medicines were made by turtles, also when they decided to use there shells as something other than clothing and making jewelry pieces out of them.
Asked in Spiders
What kind of spider looks like it has a crab shell on its back?
Asked in Spiders
What kind of spider is black with a white shell with red spikes and black spots?
Asked in Mario Kart
How do you get rid of the Spiny Shell in Mario Kart Wii?
Asked in Turtles and Tortoises, Care of Turtles
Can a turtle eat another turtle?
No, turtles are very peaceful. They could never eat each other! :) However, if a turtle eats meat regularly it may think that a baby turtle is a large piece of meat for it to eat. Do not put a baby turtle in with an adult. No! how could they? They have a shell! But they may try if they are threatened. Not true, turtles are very cannibalistic. A couple of good examples of this is the eatern spiny soft shell turtle, painted turtles, and slider turtles. You don't have to worry about cannibalism within your turtles if they are around the same size. You don't want to have a bunch of turtles in the same tank that are more than an inch or so in size difference unless they are adults with lots of room. Babies turtles are born with soft shell that harden as they get older, when the shells are still soft then they don't have any protection. Keep them with turtles their size. Don't take a risk with turtles. Adults over the size of about 5-6 inches can probably be housed with much larger turtles as long as you introduce them over time and keep an eye of them for the first couple of days and separating them when you can't watch them and durning night, until they are settled in. no because turtles do not fight YES! Snapping and alligator snapping turtles are known to eat smaller turtles. Why do people answer when they don't really know from experience? Although "fellow" turtles are not part of their regular diet, turtles can fight and be aggressive with each other, snapping and biting at heads and limbs. There have been accounts of limbs and eyes being lost. Obviously, they can't eat through the shell. But they are omnivores and meat is meat. i would say no. My turtle is a red eared slider and its big. I also have a baby yellow bellied slider and they are fine together! At first they may nip at each other but if they do, either push your turtle or give it a tiny nudge... the next day they should be friends!!
Asked in Crustaceans
What are the advantages of having a shell or spiny skeleton?
Asked in Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, Mario Kart
What are all the items in Mario Kart wii?
Asked in Turtles and Tortoises
What are some native turtles from Wisconsin?