First of all, a 10 gallon tank is too small for a turtle, let alone a turtle AND a frog! The proper rule of thumb for aquatic turtles is 10 gallons for every inch of turtle... if you have a 4 inch long turtle, you need at least 40 gallons of water. And second of all, putting a frog with a slider of any age will mean a fed turtle. The turtle WILL eat the frog. Don't try it.
yes you can, if you do so just leave him out for a little.
A baby red eared slider needs as much as two of its shells sideways.
I would try ReptoMin Baby.
A Red Ear Slider Turtle mama an have 10-13.
yes it can
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Yes, I put my baby slider in a sand filled terrarium over night and feed him in water and he is doing ok
A red ear slider can live for 2 day
usally the mama red-eared slider just lays her eggs and leaves them all alone but if a red eared slider is kept in captivity the mama takes care of the baby until the baby shows its mama that it can stand on its own two feet which is usally 2-3 months after it is hatched.
ive heard it depends on how long their claws are? does that include for baby slider turtles as well?
I wouldn't recommend it.
Yes, they can.
Guppies are a good little treat, plenty of calcium plus it gives the turtle exercise from the chase and gives you abit of excitement.
what will happen is that the baby false map turtle will get along with the red ear slider .B ut it will just take a will.
You should keep a baby red ear slider away from other pets like dogs and cats because they are small so keep them in a good tank with maybe other baby turtles
They are red. And are baby turtles . Sooo there baby red turtles
YES! My babe loves to play/be held. :)
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Not very many but i keep a lot in my cage at all times and he is a baby Red eared slider. He tares the fish up and eats some of them then leaves it and has a new one after a little bit.