Red Eared Slider Turtle

What kind of pond should you keep your Red-Eared Slider in?


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2011-07-29 21:22:11
2011-07-29 21:22:11

You can keep your slider in a small outdoor pond stocked with small live feeder fish, small snails, and aquatic plants. You can also keep him in an 75 gallon plus indoor tank. You should always bring your turtle in for the winter to keep him from hibernating or from freezing to death.


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Fresh what if you have salt water they might die

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Something as close to their natural environment as possible.

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red eared slider are the est turtles as pets.but if you are keeping a mud turtle feed it earthworms.

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