Mud turtles natural habitat is in northern and eastern America Well it depends where they live because if they live in the desert or in a really hot place they will either bury underground or find water and live there. If its a cooler place or a place that has lots of mud then the turtles will live in that instead. i hope this helps ;D
Mud turtles can live alone and together, but if having snapping turtles they prefer to live alone as the might be more aggressive to each other. However mud turtles prefer to live alone, but are happy with others, if alone they might need some more attention, and more things to do in it's home. When they are together less attention is needed but watch out as they may not approve of each other and be…
I have a mud turtle and I've had her for about 8 years. She lives in a tank of mostly water with a small spot for her to get out under a heat lamp. She does like to get under things sometimes (when she was younger I'd find her buried under the rocks) so they do like to hide sometimes but no they don't have to live in the mud.
yes, they are. although I would not recommend turtles as a good kid pet anyway. if you are going to give your child a turtle, mud turtles are a good beginner turtle. as are box turtles. I have three turtles, a mud turtle, a box turtle, and a spotted turtle, and I am 13. Although it is also a question of how responsible you or your child is.