What happens when you overfeed you turtle?
If you over feed, it will get too fat and die in a very young age.
They get fat and die young, just the same as humans.
Nothing, gets bigger.
if it becomes over wieght, you can be arrested for not taking good care of it. it's not a good idea to overfeed dogs, or any animals!
it will eat it up to 2-5 minutes but if it doesn't it might die
The puppies can get overweight and may grow lazy but they won't die or anything. They will just be really fat.
the dog with digest the turtle, then be in pain, then u will have turtle soup:D its my favorite dish
The turtle could be pink or green.
the turtle might die
The snapping turtle will try to attack or kill the box turtle. Some times even eat the box turtle
It depends on what you overfeed it with. Too much Nitrogen will cause soft growth. That will cause the plant to succumb to disease.
Because they are infected. Sorry but your turtle might die.
When you kiss a sea turtle, you would hurt your lip because some turtles are dangerous. So when you kiss a turtle, that turtle might bite you!
Furbies don't get angry but they do have a personality of being grumpy and rude. It happens when you overfeed it, pull its tail alot or hold it upside down
Then it isn't born.
You won't get that hard shell finish that turtle was is famous for.
it gains one more health!haha just kidding
There would be one less turtle in the world ! Turtle soup is (apparently) very tasty, though I've never tried it myself.
Well I would just leave it,but if nothing happens in a day I would ask a vet or a turtle breeder!!
It will probably eat it.
nothing and it wont hurt
It might die.
leg drying and do not walk
Then she might be fertile
it dies. '-'
If a turtle stops eating it is just resting,but but a little more water in it tank if there is not enough
If you overfeed a betta they will start to slow down their swimming and lay on the bottom.
it will cold
it might be sleeping,pregnant or dead.
If you overfeed your moshi monster log off and then log back on and your monster will be happy again
You have to find out if it is a Land Turtle or a Water Turtle. If it happens to be a water turtle, then yes, keep it in water, but make sure it has some where to crawl up on when ever it needs a break or breather.
When a turtle starts to swell up, there could be many issues that need to be attended to. For example, the turtle could have an abscess. It could have shell rot or internal parasites.
No, that only happens in cartoons. However, if the rat is hungry it may attack and eat the turtle.
They will probally be eaten
They become slow
They start to loose there pubic hair.
Then he is probably depressed or lonely.....get him/her a buddy
Turtles are known carriers of Salmonella. If you eat raw turtle eggs, Salmonella is one of the worst risks that you face.
You'll die from the clap.
it slowly makes its way into the ocean
you just scream and faint
Those are heat-seeking shells.
The turtle would probably try to eat the frog. I always go with a do not mix amphibians and reptiles rule of thumb.
The tank will go very mouldy, mossy and unhealthy. The turtle that lives in the tank would probably be living in toxic water.
Feeding your turtle regularly will definitely increase it's size, although whatever anyone may suggest, do not overfeed your turtle to make it grow faster. Doing this can cause serious illnesses for your turtle. Keep in mind when feeding your turtle that it will almost always keep eating, so don't just assume that it is still hungry. The size of the turtle's tank will also change the size of your turtle, because turtles will grow to… Read More
a turtle has a VERy low metabolism, so therefore they can go for up to 2 wks without eating anything. if your turtle has grass in his cage/pen he may be eating without you knowing it. my turtle will almost ALWAYS eat worms, so if your turtle isn't eating, go find some knight crawlers & I'm sure he'll be in Turtle Heaven :D
It gets scared and goes into it's shell and/or bites you.
they will die
If it is supposed to be a hard shelled turtle, it typically means they are unhealthy and you will need to research the kind of diet your specific breed of turtle needs.
You can know if you notice that your turtle is acting very strange. Or look at the eyes of your turtle. If your turtle can't open it's eyes and the eyes are red, it means it has eye disease. Touch and feel your turtle's shell. If your turtle's shell is not as hard as it was, or if it is soft, than it means that your turtle has skin disease. These diseases happens if the… Read More