Yes, turtles are very cannibalistic. Adult turtles will chase down and eat baby turtles sharing their tank because of their small size. To a adult turtle a tiny turtle is just so tempting to chase, then when they get up to it they just have to bite it! When they realize that they could eat it then they will. An adult turtle may also bite and eat a baby turtles legs while they are basking.
Although "fellow" turtles are not part of their regular diet, turtles can fight and be aggressive with each other, snapping and biting at heads and limbs. There have been accounts of limbs and eyes being lost. Obviously, they can't eat through the shell. But they are omnivores and meat is meat.
No , turtles eat frogs.. U should not put them in the same tank.
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Yes. Some species, like the bullfrog and the goliath frog, will eat anything they can fit in their mouths, and that includes other frogs, birds, crocodile hatchlings, bats, rodents, snakes, and turtles.
Do you have a baby frog? You can buy "dried flies" at the pet store. In the wild, they eat insects.
Baby alligators are essentially born as small, fully functional adults capable of swimming, hiding, catching food and biting. There are some minor differences in the proportions of body parts and colours, but in general they look like the adults.
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Yes. Adult snapping turtles will eat baby snapping turtles.
Adult frogs eat flies or dragonflies.
when there very little bullfrogs might if they can fit it in there mouth and it moves they will. But most frogs will not eat a baby turtle. I have bullfrogs and some tiny painted turtles and it has been ok so far. But i hand feed my frogs so they are well fed!!!
No, a mussel or clam cannot be put in the same tank as a baby turtle. Baby turtles, as well as adult turtles will eat mussels and clams.
No! Tree frogs are carnivorous and only eat live insects.
they eat frogs smaller turtles insects and smaller animals
My answer in no because according to the video from national geographic channel adult tortoises maybe eat octopus but its diet eats jellyfish, baby turtles get eaten by octopus.
Frogs and turtles are classified as carnivores because they eat meat.Frog's Diet Turtle's Diet• Worms • Frogs • Grasshoppers • Tadpoles• Crickets • Worms• Flies • Fish• etc. • etc.
Yes, frogs are a common part of the snapping turtles diet.
There are many species of frogs which do not have to eat insects. Some species may eat lizards, small fish, other frogs, reptiles such as baby freshwater turtles, small birds and even mammals such as rodents and small bats.
Yes they will eat it and its not harmful to the turtle but this shouldn't be your turtles diet.