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www.reptilesmagazine.com/Care-Sheets/Turtles-Tortoises/Painted-Turtle

Painted Turtle Life Span. Painted turtles have been known to live as long as 50 years in captivity, so they can truly be (nearly) lifelong companions. Given proper diet, housing, and care, you can reasonably expect a painted turtle to live for 25 to 30 years. Painted Turtle Housing

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Painted turtles typically eat their food while swimming so items that float or that can be clipped to the side of the enclosure are best. Aquatic turtle pellets are a good staple diet but your turtle should also get some fresh leafy vegetables. Dark, leafy greens like romaine, dandelion greens and fresh parsley should be offered on a regular ...

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Eastern Painted Turtles. Eastern Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta picta) is small, reaching only 5-6 inches. It is very cold tolerant, having been observed active under ice (Pritchard, 1979). As with the other painted turtles, the Eastern Painted Turtle moves from a carnivorous lifestyle as a young turtle to omnivorous as an adult.

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The diet of baby painted turtles consists of small fish, worms, insects and tadpoles. They also eat carrion, or dead fish and insects. As painted turtles mature, they add plants to their diet. In captivity, baby painted turtles will eat commercial turtle food supplemented with small pieces of meat and insects.

www.livestrong.com/article/246774-how-to-take-care-of-a-baby-painted-turtle

Painted turtles are semi-aquatic pets, meaning they live both in the water and on land, explains Aquaworld Aquarium. If you are considering a baby painted turtle as a pet, remember that it will grow to as long as 10 inches, and you need to provide your turtle with a home with ample room to accommodate it as it gets bigger.

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In the wild, painted turtles eat algae, aquatic vegetation, and small fish, insects, and crustaceans. In captivity, painted turtles should be fed a diet that resembles what they eat in the wild, although you can also feed them other foods. Make sure to feed your turtle a balance of plant, and animal-based, foods to ensure optimal health.

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In the wild, young painted turtles primarily consume meat, with plants a secondary source of nutrition once they age. To help keep your turtle's housing clean, feed his meals in a separate dish rather than throwing food into the aquarium. Ask your veterinarian about providing calcium and turtle vitamins for your pet.

www.petmd.com/reptile/species/painted-turtle

The painted turtle is an aquatic turtle species most commonly found in and around slow moving bodies of water. Painted turtles grow to an average shell size (called a carapace) of around 12 inches, with the female western painted turtles reaching an average size of one foot. Generally, female ...

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How to Know What to Feed a Turtle. Turtles can be great pets, but taking care of them requires time and effort. Turtles have varied diets including fruit and vegetables as well as insects, worms and fish. To care for your turtle you need...