You would care for a yellow bellied slider the same way that you would care for a red eared slider. Feed them at least once a day. Clean their tank often. Provide a heater in the winter. Just look at how you would care for a turtle. The breed yellow bellied sliders does not need any special care.
Yes, yellow belly slider turtles can eat fish!
crickets and mealworms
The red eared slider does, but the yellow bellied slider does not.
Probably not turtles are very independent
No. I just buried my African Clawed Frog due to yellow bellied turtles attacking him.
ive heard it depends on how long their claws are? does that include for baby slider turtles as well?
yellow bellied turtles eat fish food pellets ocean shrimp ,freeze dried river shrimp and krill.
I don't see why not. Although the babies of these common southeastern turtles are mostly meat eaters of insects and such as long as they have enough room to roam they should be ok.
Yes they are. I have one and my cusins have 2. yellow bellied sliders are legal too
Yes, red eared sliders and yellow bellied sliders are both subspecies of "pond slider", in the wild where their range overlaps they mate quite often producing what are called "intergrades". The particular intergrade between a yellow bellied slider and a red eared slider often has features of both, large yellow markings on the head with a red corner.
They will thrive on a mix of fish, turtle food, and some leafy vegetables.
Yellow-bellied sliders have a completely yellow plastron (bottom shell) but a red-eared slider will have ring-like markings on their plastron.
If the habitat is large enough, they can live with other turtles of about the same size.
They are basically the same thing but yellow bellied sliders are more commonly said as the name of the turtle. Yes they are the same. Look it up, y do want to know, it doesn't make a difference, of how you say it they are the same thing.
In the 'related links' of this question is a website about how to take care of yellow-bellied turtles.
A yellow-bellied slider...
Yes it is - it has a skeleton !
i cant see how it would be A problem but id be very careful and watch them to see how they get along
The plastron is the part of the shell that faces the ground; it is the part protecting the turtle's abdomen. In the case of a yellow-bellied turtle such as a slider or cooter (as a hobbyist, I've had 2 MS yellow-bellied cooters in my life and I think they're great turtles), the plastron is in fact its yellow belly. Hope it helps.
yes I'm almost positive
probably because it is
A general age guess can be gained by simply looking at the size of the turtle. Yellow bellied and red ear sliders will reach approximately the size of a dinner plate when full grown.
Hi there, Most turtles are good together like mine, i have a RES and a yellow bellied slider and they are great together! Bugzly12 - hope you have a great time and hope you can answer some of my questions!! :)
My yellow belly slider has some black marks but not very large ones. Hope this helped
it tickels the girl ones face then it courts it.