Red Eared sliders are aggressive over food, territory mates, etc. Most likely it was due to that aggression. I would suggest separating the sliders and taking the injured slider a vet. Good Luck!
Red eared Sliders should be fed a small amount of carrot every 5 days, Carrots are not very healthy for Red eared sliders, Red eared sliders can also be fed minnows, kay and cooked chicken, ONLY WHITE CHICKEN
Yes, you can feed your red eared slider carrots. Jut make sure the pieces you are feeding them are small enough and soft enough to eat.
Red eared sliders will occasionally eat small garter snakes, however it is a rather uncommon food item.
A red eared sliders egg is very small. It is a white and kind of brown. The egg is about 5 centimeters long.
a girl red eared slider has small claws. a boy has big sharp claws.
small feeder fish or pellets
aquatic plants, fruit and insects.,red ear sliders eat fish but you half to make sure the fish are small you don't want them to big i have turtles of my own'Red eared sliders eat plants and animals. Young red eared sliders eat more protein like waxworms, earthworms, fish, shrimp and if you have pets you can feed them turtle pellets sometimes. The older they get, the more they like plants and vegetables like collard greens and kale. My big red eared slider once ate a mouse!
Yes because when a red eared slider swallows small stones they can possibly choke and the stones can get stuck inside thei turtle's system
small chuncks yes; entire fish no
If they were feeder roaches (not just normal house roaches) and small/soft enough, I suppose you could feed them to a red eared slider.
Yes. But they must be cut into small pieces.
Turtle pellets. When they are older you can give them crickets and veggies.
if you mean the fish spelled PLECO. There is a small chance that it will.
If you mean swimming up to the glass and frantically trying to swim to you, he's trying to get you to give him food. It's too easy to give into his/her begging, but overfeeding it can lead to health problems. Small red eared sliders should be fed once a day and adults should be fed every other day.
Small insects, small live fish, and river shrimp.
Being that they have similar requirements, I would say you could keep a red eared slider and a painted turtlein the same habitat. They often like each other, but there is a small chance of them not doing such. Prepare for this, should it happen.
red eared slider turtles make good pets.
Its really a gamble to put any fish with a red eared slider , it depends how big the sucker fish is if it is small the turtle with probably eat it , you are supposed to let them grow up together i have a sucker fish with my red eared slider but they are baby's so they have not bothered it.
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.
our red slider turtle is 1 1/2 years old and she will eat 5 small goldfish at a time.
It depends what kind of turtle it is. Red eared slider turtles start out small but then grow to be close to 10 inches long.
No. Yes, the red eared slider is sold in some states.
A red eared slider can eat cucumber slices, thin carrot slices, small feeder fish, dried shrimp, and turtle food pellets. The cucs and the carrots and the food pellets are daily, and the shrimp and the fish are like treats. :)
well the girl are big with short claws and the boy are small with long claws
The turtle will likely eat the rosy barbs if they are small enough.