snapping turtles are wild but can be tamed.....ppl have them as pets all the time
Sea turtles hatch throughout the year but mostly in summer.
30 to 4,000,000,000 years
No, but they can stay underwater for a long time.
they stay in water most of the time
Around the end of spring
Yes, very well they prefer to send time in the water.
The length of time it takes for an egg to hatch is known as the incubation period. The incubation period for most land turtles can range from 45-90 days.
They travel to the sea the minute they hatch from their eggs. All the baby turtles hatch at about the same time and the whole group will race to the water before predators come.
In march and April and beginning of may
Box turtles lay 2-6, sometimes 8 eggs at one time. They bury them and a few weeks later they hatch and dig to the surface.
Turtles, like many other animals, lay so many eggs at one time for many reasons. For example, not all turtles make it out of the egg; some never hatch. The biggest reason, however, is because baby turtles are slow and small, and are often eaten by birds and large carnivorous fish. Unfortunately for the cute baby turtles, most of them get eaten up!
Yes they do, they spend a lot of time in water. Like lakes, ponds, ect.
Sea turtles do not have families. The female turtle lays her eggs on shore and then leaves. The babies hatch but never return to their mother. Female turtles usually lay about 100 eggs at a time.
Baby turtles dont stay with their mother. From the time that they hatch they are independent.
well a snapping turtle will bite you and then say it bites your finger your finger will come of and you normally have time to get away then you go to the hospital and bring the turtle that bit you and they will get your finger back and sow it back on it will be painful .
Snapping turtles only live in fresh or brackish water. They prefer water bodies with muddy bottoms and abundant vegetation because concealment is easier. Biomes: freshwater lake, freshwater rivers ^ Conservation/Biodiversity Status: no special status. Snapping turtle populations are not close to extinction or even threatened. Habitat destruction could pose a danger to snapping turtle populations at a later time. Some individuals are killed for food which does impact the population, but in a very minor way.
no but yes cause they can only swallow there food under water they some times like to bask so i add a giant rock and get a heat lamp or lamp so they CAN CAUSE I ALSO HAVE A SNAPPING TURTLE
they hatch about just 4 or 3 eggs at one time
Not right away. once the snapping turtle exceeds 5 inches, their bite starts to hurt so you should probably separate the two turtles at that point. Snapping turtles also get very large compared to most turtles so when the snapping turtle gets to be an adult it gets aggressive towards most things.Even as a young snapper they still have a powerful bite! As witnessed, it's safe to say that this is not recommended. The turtles are very curious to movement, any movement of any time for that matter. They think it is food and will likely bite the other turtle. Plus, in the wild majority of snapper's diets are other turtles!and don't always trust wikianswers they lie and this might not even be the real answer i was allowed to change it and this isn't even real!!!
Charmander's hatch time is from 5355 to 5609 steps.
Depends on the species. Red eared sliders can grow to about a foot and other sliders can grow a simular size. Many painted turtles will grow about nine inches (however southern painted turtles usually stay slightly smaller). Sea turtles (which are not really available in the pet trade), most species of snapping turtles, and most species of tortoises grow many feet long. Unlike mammals, male turtles stay smaller than female turtles so they generally make better pets. The smaller the turtle the less space, time changing tanks, food, etc. it consumes. Musk turtles, male map turtles, and male painted turtles tend to be the smaller adult turtles.
5 at a time
Depending on when it happens, a few to a few dozen ladybug larvae can hatch at one time.