Yes, yellow belly slider turtles can eat fish!
yellow bellied turtles eat fish food pellets ocean shrimp ,freeze dried river shrimp and krill.
ok heres the thing can a snake eat an insect whats your answer (yes) so the answer is yes a baby yellow bellied slider can eat a tomatoe
Turtles aren't exactly the smartest creatures; but they are smart enough to know about what to eat and hiding from predators and such. You can't really teach them tricks if that's what you're getting at ;)
what do yellow bellied flycatchers eat
A yellow bellied sapsucker can eat small animals like-A miceLiquid from a treeA yellow bellied sapsucker can eat Insects like-A SpidersA FlyA GrassHopperA
yellow bellied sea snakes eat small surface dwelling fish and eals.
Well my friend has a baby yellow bellied slider and it doesn't eat it as it floats she has to pick him up and hold him next to the food and he will extend his neck to eat it!
Yes. I have two yellow bellied sliders and their favorite food is carrots. But I have to cut them into small small pieces.
Red ear slider turtles will eat goldfish. This is a natural food source for the turtles.
Yes. My red ear slider turtles love to chase, catch and eat goldfish.
Hey there, Slider turtles eat probably anything. My slider (RES) eats stix, meat, lettuce, krill, and dried up shrimp!! Hope you can answer some of my questions! Bugzly12- good luck with ur turtle
I have two yellow bellied sliders that love to eat freeze dried shrimp and just regular food pellets. They also really enjoy mealworms and crickets. I haven't tried feeding them small fish yet but I do plan on doing that soon. Hope this helps :)
they cannot eat iceberg lettuce. it isn't good for them
red eared slider turtle do not eat sharks. despite there ability to practically devour anything the sharks are to big to attempt to attack it. hence turtles do not try to attack them and red eared slider turtles don't eat them. :)
These turtles eat just about anything they can get their mouths around. But they shouldn't eat goldfish because they are not good for the turtles.
No, however, red-eared slider turtles tend to be very open to any new type of food expect onions
they can but only as a treat
Yes red eared slider turtles can grow to be up to 11", but are usually only about 1" when born. They are omnivores and eat mainly veggies.
nothin at all. it starves
Alligators eat Alabama red-bellied turtles. Hope I've answered your question! "Bye!"
lethargy, not wanting to eat, floats/swims lopsided (this can be due to a collapsed or laboring lung), etc. i'm dealing with the same issue at this moment. good luck.
no fish can't live with turtles because the turtles will eat the fish.
what Does Turtles eat?Turtles are herbivores.(they eat veggies)Some type of vegetable are lettuce or carrot. I DON`T RECOMMEND you to feed brocolli.You can feed them grape leaves. Also for fruits, you can feed them figs.Actually, depending on the type of turtle you're referring to, turtles in general ARE omnivores, if you include land, aquatic, and semi-aquatic turtles.Type 1:Land turtles/tortoises. Most species of this type are almost always herbivores. Examples include Box turtles and Harriet, the famous, formerly lived Galapagos turtle. (deceased in 2006)Type 2: Aquatic turtles. Depending on the species, they are carnivores, consisting of mostly meat, with a small percentage of vegetables. Examples include sea turtles such as Leatherbacks, and Loggerheads.Type 3: Semi Aquatic turtleThese kinds of turtles are mostly omnivores, meaning that they eat 50% of fruits and veggies and 50% meat, but this could depend on the environments that they live in. Hatchings tend to prefer a protein-based diet while older turtles tend to lean towards a more vegetarian-based diet. Examples include map turtles, painted turtles, and many pond slider species such as Red Eared Slider, and Yellow-Bellied slider.http://animal.discovery.com/guides/reptiles/turtles/feeding.html