well, a "slider turtle", or a red eared slider always has a red line where their ears would be. that's obviously how they get the name!
A slider turtle is basically like a category of turtles including the Yellow Belly Slider Turtle and the Red Eared Slider turtle.
Do red ear slider turtle have a voice
They are mostly found in an pet shop
Clown Fish, they love red eared slider turtle.
red eared slider, box turtle, Russian tortoise, hermann turtle, yellow bellied slider sea turtle, etc. there are over 300 kinds. I'm trying to find out their names myself.
when i bought my red eared slider turtle in turtle shack.comit was$12.00.but i dont know if they are cheaper.
YES, you can put a map turtle in the same tank with a slider.
No they are not, they are Vertebrates
Once a year................. If they find a mate
For info on this, visit the related link 'How to keep a red eared slider turtle happy'.
Why not it is not called a water turtle.
It is an aquatic turtle.
A yellowbelly slider is a species of turtle, Latin name Trachemys scripta scripta.
No. Eventually the turtle will kill the catfish.
yes my turtle lay egg alone rashed
A Red Eared Slider can only "procreate" (have young) with another Red Eared Slider but they have been known to "mate" (have sex) with Yellow Belly Sliders. They probably wouldn't try to mate with any other kind of turtle. But, if they were to try, it would probably be a similar species of water turtle like an Eastern Painted Turtle or a Map turtle.
I bought mine for 20$.
Absolutly nothing. Only the color change.
No-the snapper will eat the slider!
no the turtle will die!
1stly its not "red eye slider", its "red eared slider". the biting may be his way of saying keep out of my territory. you should separate themin these cases
Yes, a person can feed their red eared slider turtle hoho grubs. However, it is not a major part of their diet.
You can hold a red ear slider for about 10 to 15 min.
A red-eared slider, which is a semi-aquatic turtle.
Yes. Trachemys (Slider) x Graptemys (Map turtle) hybrids are rare, but they exist along with other cross-genus hybrids such as fully fertile Map hybrids with Diamondback Terrapins.