Red-eared sliders don't need to stay with their mothers past egg stage.
About 2 days at the most
not very long. it is best to keep your red eared slider in the water.
No they cannot breath underwater. However, they can use lactate fermentation to survive much longer underwater than you or I could. In fact, the red-eared slider can stay completely submerged in the water for as long as two whole weeks. ~Skularach
Red eared sliders can stay under the water for as long as 6 hours! Amazing right?
Forever. How long can they stay alive underwater? It depends.
Red-Eared Slider can stay dry for days to weeks, but they cannot eat without water, I mean enough water to site in while eating as they cannot swallow without the ad of water. If you are transporting the red-Eared being dry is okay, keeping a turtle as a pet dry will be almost considered torture as they will slowly die of starvation and dehydration
They need to have access to a place to get out of water as they wish, regardless the amount of time.
about a week maybe
how long do baby mandrills stay with their mother
Bats, such as the brown eared bat, stay warm by sleeping with other bats and wrapping their wings around themselves
flat bottom shell female, indented bottom shell male, he has to be able to stay mounted
how long does a young snowy owl stay with its mother
how long can baby bunnies stay away from their mother?
Baby horses stay with there mother about nine months.
How long coyote pups stay with their mother depends on the gender of the pup. Males will leave the mother by the time they are nine months old. Females will stay with the mother coyote's pack.
Penguins stay with there mother from 1day old to 1 year old
They don't stay with the mother. There is no mothering done by sharks.
Lions will usually stay with the mother for at least 2 years.
Ligers are not in nature. They are bred in captivity. They stay with their mother for two to three years.
Baby turtles dont stay with their mother. From the time that they hatch they are independent.
Some baby starfish stay with their mother until they are able to survive on their own. Others are released as eggs into the water and do not stay with their mother.
they stay in the nest for 3 to 4 weeks