The Red Eared Slider is the most common kind of pet turtle, so I'm guessing that the Red Eared Slider is the best kind of turtle for a pet. People do seem to like it!
A yellow-bellied slider...
A red-eared slider, which is a semi-aquatic turtle.
either a red eared slider or an eastern box turtle.
Turtle pellets, feeder fish, fruits, etc.
well, a "slider turtle", or a red eared slider always has a red line where their ears would be. that's obviously how they get the name!
Do red ear slider turtle have a voice
red eared slider are the est turtles as pets.but if you are keeping a mud turtle feed it earthworms.
It dont matter what kind of turtle is it...if they stay in the water; the turtle will not form and therefor it will not hatch.
A Red Eared Slider can only "procreate" (have young) with another Red Eared Slider but they have been known to "mate" (have sex) with Yellow Belly Sliders. They probably wouldn't try to mate with any other kind of turtle. But, if they were to try, it would probably be a similar species of water turtle like an Eastern Painted Turtle or a Map turtle.
Clown Fish, they love red eared slider turtle.
when i bought my red eared slider turtle in turtle shack.comit was$12.00.but i dont know if they are cheaper.
It sounds like a red eared slider
YES, you can put a map turtle in the same tank with a slider.
If the Ear has a long red spot on the side of it's head it is a red ear slider If the shell is a squared it is a box turtle
The kind of turtle that has a red spot behind his eye is a red-eared slider. The turtles often live near or in bodies of water.
He kind of looks like Verne from over the hedge... he might be a Box Turtle in general or maybe some species of slider.
No they are not, they are Vertebrates
For info on this, visit the related link 'How to keep a red eared slider turtle happy'.
Why not it is not called a water turtle.
It is an aquatic turtle.
It can only mate with it's own kind because if they mate with another turtle not the same type the baby turtle will not be healthy so they should only mate with there own kind
It's probably a red eared slider turtle. But it also have to have red on the sides of it's head. It may also be a Reeves turtle. They have longer tails and no red under their eares
The turtle that you are thinking of is probably a red or yellow eared slider, and they could both be easily confused with the colour orange! These are both common turtle species.
A yellowbelly slider is a species of turtle, Latin name Trachemys scripta scripta.