It depends if its a red eared slider or a paint turtle or a snapping turtle (witch i doubt you have) im just gonna tell you all of the ones i listed red eared slider if its the first time first time 2 to 20 for a paint turtle 2 to 20 eggs and a snapping turtle 1 to ten so i hoped i helped
Yes you can many turtles can survive in fresh water but this water could be dangerous for a fish
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There are many different animals that lay oblong eggs near or in water. The most common animal is a turtle.
There's about a hundred or more than that a turtle lay eggs in their lifetime
two to seven eggs
The giant river turtle will have 50-160 eggs at one time.
The female turtle lays at least 20 eggs
It depends on what turtle.It would be different for each turtle.
You clean your turtles tank every 2 weeks and you dont need to wash your turtle because your turtle will wash itsself in the fresh water you have put in
a sea turtle can lay 50-160 eggs but they lay 10 per minute.
An average pond turtle lays about 8 eggs but they can lay as few as 1.
turtle can lay up to one hundred eggs. most of them will not make it to after they hatch bc of the predatorss.
It is 1,800 eggs
There were many eggs but there were also hens to lay fresh eggs.
! or 2 sea turtle eggs will service
Yes, seagulls eat many baby turtles while they crawl from their eggs to the water.
The average sea turtle may lay 110 eggs in a nest. But there are several species of turtle, withFlatback turtles laying approximately 50 eggs, and hawksbills, which may lay over 200 eggs in a nest.
2-3 thousand eggs every year
They can lay about 24 eggs at a time.
Turtles can lay anywhere from 1 to 12 eggs depending on breed. Also it depends how many of the eggs suvive long enough to hatch.
They stocked many eggs but they also bought hens to lay fresh eggs.