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Red-Eared Sliders (General Care and Maintenance of Series)

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Published by Advanced Vivarium Systems .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reptiles & amphibians as pets,
  • Reptiles, Amphibians & Terrariums,
  • Pets,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Turtles,
  • Red-eared sliders as pets,
  • Turtles as pets

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8684112M
ISBN 101882770129
ISBN 109781882770120
OCLC/WorldCa29944776

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Red-eared sliders are the number-one reason why turtles under 4 inches in length cannot be sold within the United States for anything other than scientific or educational use. When I was a child, baby turtles could be purchased virtually anywhere, including supermarkets and convenient stores. This book is a wonderful guide for people, such as myself, who are new to caring for Red-Eared sliders. It covers the basics of housing, feeding, and interacting with your turtle. There is also a chapter on illnesses common to these reptiles and how you can spot early warning signs and treat the problem/5. Awesome Baby Red Ear Slider Turtles for sale at the lowest prices only at Underground Reptiles. Ships Priority Overnight. Live Arrival Guarantee.   The red-eared slider is named for the red-line running behind its eyes and the sliding motion it makes as it slips from a rock into the water. When cared for properly, the red-eared slider can live up to 30 years! If you're interested in a lifelong friend, a red-eared slider turtle makes a wonderful pet%().

The Red-Eared Slider, also called the red-eared terrapin, is an American breed of turtles widely spread across the USA, and is quickly becoming an invasive species in many parts of the is also the most popular breed of pet turtle in the US and is widely kept as pet around the world. Considering the total number of turtles and tortoises traded globally, this breed is the most commonly. The red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans), also known as the red-eared terrapin, red-eared slider turtle, red-eared turtle, slider turtle, and water slider turtle, is a semiaquatic turtle belonging to the family is a subspecies of the pond is the most popular pet turtle in the United States and is also popular as a pet across the rest of the world. Red-Eared Sliders book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When kept properly, red-eared sliders will delight their owners wi /5. Red Eared Slider Secrets Ebooks Donna Jean Believe it or not, almost all red-eared sliders can live between 45 and 60 years – but the overwhelming majority of them will not live any longer than two years for a handful of really simple, really straightforward, and really easy to .

A red-eared slider in Fenton, MO. User submitted photo. Share your photo. However, American-bred sliders are being supplied to the pet trade in Europe and Asia, where some have been released to the wild. There, they are causing a decline of native species, especially in southern Europe. Similar Species. This book is a Godsend for ANYONE who owns or breeds Red-Eared Sliders! I was going nuts worrying about my Red-Eared Sliders, whether I was giving them enough to eat. I was constantly fretting over these little guys. Reading Red Eared Slider Secrets calmed all of my fears. Now, I am sure I am doing everything right! ~Meredith, FL. A well-balanced Red-Eared Slider diet consists of: • Non-toxic aquatic plants (anachris, water lettuce), dark leafy veggies and sliced veggies such as squash and carrots. • Comet goldfish, earthworms and insects may be offered as treats. • Red-Eared Sliders need a pelleted commercial diet. Things to remember when feeding your Red-eared. By the s, millions of red-eared sliders were being farmed and shipped for the pet trade, both here and abroad. Enter Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael. No, not the Italian Renaissance artists, but characters from the widely-popular comic book and movie franchise known as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.