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An albino red-eared slider is a rare pet turtle. They have no chance of surviving in the wild, and they are found among breeders. Breeders can also determine the sex of an albino red-eared slider by the temperature. More »

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Red-eared sliders eat both plants and meat. Older turtles eat a lot more vegetation than young turtles, who are primarily carnivorous. Commercial turtle pellets can be fed as part of a turtle's diet but should be supplem... More »

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When the temperature of the water in a red-eared slider's environment drops below a certain temperature, the turtle's metabolic system slows down and he loses his appetite. RedEarSlider.com states that this is one reason... More »

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When the temperature of the water in a red-eared slider's environment drops below a certain temperature, the turtle's metabolic system slows down and he loses his appetite. RedEarSlider.com states that this is one reason... More »

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As omnivores, red eared slider turtles eat a diet that consists of some vegetation and some meat. Wild red eared sliders will eat algae and other water-based vegetation, along with catching things like minnows or frogs. More »

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Baby red-eared sliders will eat water plants, dead matter and fish in the wild but if they are being kept as pets it is best to raise them on commercial turtle feed. A steady and nutrient-rich diet promotes growth in tur... More »

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Due to its small size, hardiness and temperament, the Mississippi mud turtle makes a good pet if given the proper care. These turtles do best in larger aquariums that contain adequate filtration, a generous quantity of a... More »

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