from their belly markings I think! No, to tell the sex of a painted turtle you need to look at there claw size. longer claws are males and shorter are females
No it dosent have the equipment needed for the painted baby turtle
not lettuce. it docent have nutrients.
No, a painted baby turtle is only the size of a quarter as hatching, the size of the turtle has really no reference to size! Size if composed of age and food supply. a painted turtle is like a red eared turtle which can get up to 8-10" in size depending on the food / environment they are raised in
A little smaller than a quarter
No they will kill each other
Well , it certainly depends on the species of the turtle you are looking at . For instance , a Painted Turtle costs about $30.00 .
i have a baby painted turtle and i can say that they can go 2 days for sure with out eating and prabably more
The interrelationship of a seagull and a baby turtle is the predator- prey relationship . the seagull is the predator here that hunt and kill the baby turtle for food ,while the baby turtle here is the prey.
No, not really because if the little one get a bit of food and the bigger one tries to grab it from him he might injure him badly.
Put something in there for it to climb out of the water on.
The difference is that there is an extra word
baby and adult painted turtles, love worms, mealworms, waxworms, carrots, lettuce, and mainly any green vegtable. They also love feeder fish, and shrimp!!
Sea turtle hatchlings are preyed upon by gulls.
You're not suppose to, but i have a penny-sized painted turtle in with 2 huge red eared sliders. The pet store says they should be comparible in size. but go ahead
yes they can. they will get use to each other and will get along. red ear sliders are more timid than eastern painted turtles. so he may be scared of the other turtle at first. but they will learn to get along.
All you have to do is heat up some water, and put the fruit\vegetable in. Then you wait until it is soggy and feed the fruit\vegetable to your turtle!
try giving it diffrent foods because turtles like to range from a varity of foods
adult in my opionion i have 6 adult red eard sliders and 1 adult painted turtles
It's not a friendly one; seagulls eat turtle eggs and baby turtles.
Well you have to have a UV Light, a Turtle Dock, a Filter, a Heater, and at the least a 10 gallon tank. You need 1 gallon per inch of turtle. I have two baby painted turtles and they eat "Baby Shrimp and Krill" and eat alot each day. You should get some plants and gravel to put in the tank too. Turtles love to swim, so in the summer you can build a little pond and let the turtle live there until late autumn. You need to leave the UV light on at least 6 hours a day.
it is very stubby, rather than a girl, who's tail is big in the front and gets shorter. My turtle is a girl, but i have caught a male, and he was full grown.
A baby turtle is called a hatchling.
what do you mean of that? is it that you found a new baby turtle or you got one?