out of the water they will dround in water
No, only female red eared sliders lay eggs.
no they can not. not a chance.
red eared sliders sometimes lay unfertilized eggs.
No need to care for it. There are already enough red eared sliders in the world.
Yes, like all other turtles Red Eared Slider Turtles lay eggs. There is no species of turtle that gives birth to live young.
once a year ever breeding season if they find a mate
The female of every turtle species digs the hole right before she lays the eggs.
No. Semi-Aquatic Turtles like the Red eared Slider will only lay eggs on land, not under water.
You're the guy that asked god knows how many questions about red eared sliders aren't you? Sorry. Anyway no one can tell you what month exactly. Just know they lay their eggs in spring. Geckomaster P.S. To get all this info your looking for just find a good website on google or something.
Once a decade usually or even a century! Just joking! They lay unfertilized eggs about 10 times in 2 years
She could - but the eggs wouldn't hatch.
Leave them be if they are not in water.
I wouldn't know for sure... but my guess (PURE guess) would be to check if the egg has the right hardness... or something? Underdeveloped eggs means underdeveloped offspring >.>
yes. I have 2 females Red-Eared Sliders each 21 years old and one has laid eggs every couple of years for at least the past 10 years
Yes, red eared sliders are strictly aquatic reptiles. This means that they spend the majority of their lives in water, but they do require to be able to come out onto land whenever they feel the need to. They need to come onto land in order to dry out their shell and skin, this will help reduce the risk of fungus and parasite infection. Also, their eggs are lain on land and they may grab at a couple of bugs for a snack. So although they do mainly live in water, land is still a necessity.
A red eared sliders egg is very small. It is a white and kind of brown. The egg is about 5 centimeters long.
yellow belly sliders, lay eggs when they are about 2 or 3 years old.
It won't harm the turtle - but the eggs should be removed from the water as soon as possible.
Crabs are an aquatic species, they live under water, they do everything under water, so naturally they will also lay their eggs under water.
Yes, but only as a treat. Turtles need a varied diet, and Red Eared Sliders move to a more plant based diet as they grow. Giving them too much protein can cause odd shell growth, and eventual deformation.
Absolutely ! Otherwise the developing embryos will drown !
Their eggs are layed under water.
Their eggs are hard. Since ALL EGGS are hard
yes. I have 2 females Red-Eared Sliders each 21 years old and one has laid eggs every couple of years for at least the past 10 years . Do i dont see why a Red footed tortoise wound not be able to