Turtle That Stays Small?

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Turtles come in sizes from 2 inches long to 1500 pounds heavy. If you are looking for a turtle that will stay small the Speckled Tortoise only grows to about 3 inches long and 6 oz in weight. It still needs a good 40 gallon tank for room to swim. A Mud turtle is native to the US and it them to get no bigger than 6 inches long. The Musk turtle is small staying under 6 inches as well. The Spotted turtle, which is only semi-aquatic and needs some land to bask on, will stay within 3-5 inches in size. The Reeves turtle also stays about 5 inches and is a great starter pond turtle.
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