Sure, they do it in the wild. If you have pet red eared sliders and geese then as long as the geese don't pick on the the turtles you will be fine.
No, red eared sliders can't live in saltwater. They are fresh water turtles.
other red eared sliders and mayby goldfish.but 1 thing i know that live with red eared sliders are betta fish.becuse ive kept them together before several times.becuse i have ared eared slider and a male betta.
Fellow Red-eared Sliders.
They live in water or an aquarium
Red eared sliders can stay under the water for as long as 6 hours! Amazing right?
In captivity, red eared sliders live in aquariums. In the wild, when not perched on a rock basking in the sun, they are found in streams, creeks and ponds with mud bottoms.
yes, mini red eared sliders do exist
No, red-eared sliders are not illegal in England.
Wild red eared sliders live about 20 years. Red eared sliders that live in an aquarium (that has a filter and a heater) can live up to 85 years. You always need to have a light for any aquarium turtle to rest in the "sun" or your turtle will not be that happy... I have one and is eight years so Turt has a long way to go.
No, red ear sliders cannot live in salt water. They Cannot handle the heavy salts.
Red eared sliders live for around 40 years and get to be 10-12 inches.
they wont live very long cause they get dry so fast so about one hour
Red eared sliders, as well as all turtles and tortoises are egg layers.
Yes, red eared sliders eat minnows in the wild and in captivity.
Sure - if you want the fish to get eaten !
no and yes. Red Eared Sliders can eat corn but it is better if they eat greens.
yes they can be separated because by nature, red eared sliders are solitary creatures.
red eared sliders shed the outer layer of there Shel and some skin when the grow
Wild Red Eared Sliders hibernate (brumate) in ponds or bodies of water at the bottom in the mud.
They dig a hole in the mud with their long claws
Yes, as long as they can fit in their mouth.
Yes, but there are other species of sliders that do not.
Red-eared sliders don't need to stay with their mothers past egg stage.
Yes and no they need water to eat but they can be on land