Why is there blood in your turtle tank?
There could be blood in the turtle tank because they have bit one another. A little blood in the water goes a long way. Turtles will heal fine in the water, if the condition persists, see a veterinarian.
Well to keep your turtle tank clean i suggest putting the turtle in a separate bowl. Then scrubbing the edges of the tank will rid algae or other unpleasant rots. If you have gravel or pebbles on the bottom of the tank either replace them or run them through hot water for a few minutes. Then just set up the tank fill it with water and put your little turtle inside! Hope this helps!
That depends on the size of the turtle and the size of your tank. If the turtle is the size of your palm or smaller then fill the tank no more than 2-3 times his height (as if he were standing all the way up on his back two feet). If the turtle is larger than that you can fill a tank up to around 2 feet deep. Make sure the turtle has a spot…
Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question. However, turtle shells should not be painted. The paint prevents the shell from growing with the turtle, and it amounts to slow suffocation and death for the painted turtle. first he did not paint the turtle that's the type of turtle he has second yes they can be in the same tank.
If a turtle has outgrown its tank, it will of course need a bigger tank. Expecting a turtle to stop growing only leads to malformed bones. Because many commonly kept turtle species grow so large, it's best to start out with a 55-75 gallon tank or larger; many owners of adult female turtles such as sliders end up using stock tanks for indoor or outdoor mini ponds.
First if you have not already got a tank, go to a pet store and ask for the right size tank for your turtle. Also while you are there get at least 2 or more bags of gravel. Plus get some sand too. fill the bottom of the tank with the gravel and put a large hill goring up with the sand so your turtle can have land. put some small logs and drift wood…