How do you care for a Mississippi map turtle?
they like deep clean water to dive
the answer to that is yes well, sort of, a map turtle is a variety of species: Mississippi map turtle Texas map turtle Cagle's map turtle Black knobbed map turtle Ouachita map turtle P.s. if you want to get a map turtle you should get the Texas map turtle! the males at full maturity get to about 3.5 inches
How big will my mississippi map turtle get when its 1 year old mine is 2 inches and its about 2 months?
Well there is a lot of ways to take care of a turtle basic ways of taking care of a turtle is to make sure you have a filter, food, rocks(your choice), turtle doc, and the actual turtle! Turtle do not require a lot of care but they do require care. Just so you know box turtles need a light shining over them.
Taking care of map turtles are more difficult to take care than other turtles. (except for snapping turtles) Map turtles should be taken care of a keeper who is experienced because taking care of map turtles are harder than other species. A map turtle has a higher nervous system than other turtles, and are sensible to water changes or condition. Map turtles only thrive well in very clean water, so you must get a strong…
Either your map turtle is too cold to eat, and is preparing for hibernation, your turtle recently noticed a big change (like a new tank, new tank arrangement, or you traveled with your turtle) or your map turtle is sick. Check the water and basking temperatures to make sure they are hot enough. Water and basking temperatures depend on what specific species your map turtle is, but is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit for water temperature…
Oh My Goodness there are SO many here are some.. sea turtles family - loggerhead green turtle Alantic hawksbill Atlanic ridley Snapping turtle family - common snapping turtle Alligator snapping turtle Leatherback sea turtle family - leatherback Box and water turtles painted turtle eastern chicken turtle Barbour's map turtle Ernst's map turtle black-knobbed sawback etc.....
A Mississippi Mud Turtle is a Semi-Aquatic turtle and as such, it will breathe not only from it's mouth, but needs to have adequate filtration in its tank so that way it can breathe subcutaneously, that is, through their skin (like a frog does) when it is sleeping in the water at night. But mostly, it breathes through its mouth.
Miniature turtle? That doesn't really tell us anything about the species...there is no such type of turtle as a "miniature turtle". Turtle species all have very unique needs. My advice is to find a reptile forum and ask your questions there, and perhaps include photos so that you may identify its species and care for it properly.
There are many different kinds of turtles Pancake turtle, Giant turtle, Box turtle, Snapping turtles, Red eared slider turtle, Painted turtle,Spotted turtle, Sea turtle, loggerhead turtle, leatherback turtle, bog turtle, wood turtle, Blanding turtle, Barbours map turtle, Red bellied turtle, Diamondback terrapin turtle, Florida cooter, Arizona mud turtle, Florida softshell turtle, Stripeneck musk turtle, and the Pacific ridley and many many more