They can sleep for as long as they want some like to sleep on their rock while some like to sleep underwater both of my sliders love to sleep underwater.
They do in Fact Sleep under water.
Baby red-eared sliders sleep as much as possible when they are young. In nature, they prefer to sleep on rocks or floating in shallow water.
If your crush likes to sleep on your belly, then he or she finds that affectionate.
Usually turtles sleep in the water with their head sticking out for air.
As long as it's comfortable then it's fine to sleep on your belly during pregnancy. It is recommended to sleep on your left side.
no thay sleep on there belly
not very often their usually verry active and will sleep verry little untill their a little older
yes, they do sleep... at night, obviously.
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Sometimes they will sleep under the sand for warmth
Yes, but they do e laying in the water to cool of at times.njoy Yes that is true, but sometimes yellow bellied sliders luv the water like mine. I have a floating rock and it only goes up there to sleep or if its getting attacked by my other tutle!! lol
Yes, losing belly fat will help with your sleep apnea. Losing the belly fat will help your body relax and be able to sleep better. Perhaps you might have some stress issues as well that may cause it to worsen.
You can sleep how you are comfortable. The baby is protected. But at 6 months when the belly is hard not many feel comfortable doing that.
All mammals sleep. yes ,often. they sleep as much as a dog. a pigglet pot. will sleep like a puppy, a lot!! it's all play, eat, sleep. all day. my pebbles is 6 weeks old and she sleeps on us more than she does anything else.
Mine seem to sleep about 16 hours a day and i think notice i said think not know but i think its just how they are like every different creature has to sleep for different periods of time so nothing really to worry about Hope this helped
You will hardly be able to sleep if you are on you belly. It will not be good for your or the baby...
they sleep in water. at first they normally find something to hold onto near the top of the water so they can poke their nose out for air, but after a while when their heart rate slows they lay at the bottom for up to 40 minutes a time before going up for air.
she shouldn't sleep on her tomy(belly), so she will sleep on her back or either sides.
Jody draws his finger down the belly of the frog to get him to go to sleep.
Yes... But not recommended until after it's healed.
no because they can sufficate. for some odd reason
Most reptiles sleep about 75% of the day, but not all at once. They will sleep a few hour here and a few hours there. A turtle such as a red ear slider, can either sleep underwater or on land. My turtle will normally sleep when I have the light of and when they are basking throughout the day.