How to Tell a Male from a Female Painted Turtle?

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The trick to figuring out if a turtle is male or female is through the underside. Their tales typically will be different. Also a female will have a hole closer to the shell. While a males hole will be back further toward the tail.
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1. Examine the turtle's tail. If you can, pull it out a bit for a better look. The males will have a longer and thicker tail, while females have shorter and thinner tails. 2. Turn
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Young Painted Turtles mainly dine on fish, crickets and worms. As the Painted Turtle matures, it prefers plants, fish, crustaceans and aquatic insects.
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