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 Cuttlebones for Turtles?

Answer Cuttlebones are popular cage accessories for birds, but pet owners are increasingly recognizing the benefits cuttlebones have for turtles as well. Turtles can use cuttlebones designed for birds, bu... Read More »
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Do small turtles have more Salmonella than large turtles?

Small turtles do not have more Salmonella than larger turtles. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration states turtles with shells less than four inches long were banned for sale because they were sma... Read More »
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How to Breed Turtles?

Turtles and other reptiles do not always thrive in captivity, especially when it comes to breeding. Careful selection of your main mating pair and providing the proper environment and diet for bree... Read More »
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What do map turtles eat?

Map turtles eat snails, crayfish, mollusks, dead fish and insects. Their strong jaws allow them to break the outer shells of crayfish and mollusks. Map turtles also eat aquatic plants.Source:Missou... Read More »
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Are turtles good to eat?

Mostly turtle are use for soup in chinese restaurant. and they have to order in advance. Usually for people when a person reach 60 years old.turtle soup stands for longevity
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