Box turtles generally eat food that is native to their habitats, such as spiders, worms, grasshoppers, berries and flowers. However, there are several different types of box turtles, and not all of them consume the same ... More »

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Wild turtles can be fed plants, fruits, insects or fish. Depending on what food sources were available to them in their wild habitats, some turtles may not be adapted to eating all of these foods. More »

Eastern box turtles have a wide and varied diet, consisting of insects, plants and fungi. This varied diet and tough digestive constitution allows box turtles to survive even when their favorite food sources are not avai... More »

The primary food of starlings is insects and other invertebrates, such as flies, beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, earthworms, caterpillars, snails, millipedes and insect larvae. They also eat fruits, berries, seeds, grain... More »

Green sea turtles have habitats on land for nesting and habitats in shallow and open water areas of the ocean. Female green turtles use beaches to nest. Because sea turtles are an endangered species, part of some beaches... More »

The Russian box turtle or Russian tortoise is a small tortoise native to Central Asia. It is a popular pet considered suitable for beginners, as it is hardy and easily cared for. More »

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A subspecies of the common box turtle, the three-toed box turtle is native to the south central United States. They prefer to inhabit humid areas of grasslands and marshes, though they do migrate to surrounding areas. More »