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Answered 2009-10-04 17:18:16

They both have same needs. Only difference is that they live in different places.In fact, there so alike they can live together.

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No, but red eared sliders can breed with yellowbellieds.

I got my yellow bellied slider turtle at a flee market for $10. it was at Rodger's flee market in Ohio. now the red eared sliders r almost anywhere u look.

A baby turtle with yellow and black stripes is usually a yellow-bellied slider. Their skin is striped yellow and black, and their shells have yellow and black swirls.

It depends what type of turtle. My yellow bellied turtle (yellow bellied slider) in Scotland cost me £18, but that wasn't the tank, filter, water heater or heat lamp, (you may also need a UV lamp) that was just the turtle.

ive heard it depends on how long their claws are? does that include for baby slider turtles as well?

I believe that this turtle would be an Eastern River Cooter or Yellow Bellied Slider.

by the way you have described it it sounds as if it is a yellow bellied slider, if it has to red marks on the sides of its cheeks/head it will be a red eared slider.

Well here are SOME household PET turtle breeds; Map Turtle Red Eared Slider Yellow Bellied

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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.

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.

They will thrive on a mix of fish, turtle food, and some leafy vegetables.

red eared slider, box turtle, Russian tortoise, hermann turtle, yellow bellied slider sea turtle, etc. there are over 300 kinds. I'm trying to find out their names myself.

A slider turtle is basically like a category of turtles including the Yellow Belly Slider Turtle and the Red Eared Slider turtle.

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.