Plants That Turtles Can Eat?

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Turtles can eat a wide variety of plants if they choose to. Unfortunately, many turtles prefer meat, if at all possible. Some plants that a turtle, especially one that has been domesticated, may consider eating, includes duckweed, frog-bit, water lettuce, and more. Turtles prefer plants that float because these plants are easier for them to eat, and they do not have to try as hard, typically. Fruits and vegetables are other options for turltes that don't want plants.
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