What Do Box Turtles Eat?

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The box turtle can eat earthworms, snails, grubs and beetles as well as caterpillars, carrion and grasses. Box turtles are omnivorous and they can also feed on fallen fruit, berries and mushrooms in addition to flowers.
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1. Provide a proper environment in which your box turtle is likely to thrive. This means a natural substrate, accessible water and plenty of room. Even though box turtles are small
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Box Turtles. Box turtles eat common people food like.fruit (Carrots,Apples,Cabbage,Salad) They also eat Flowers and Smashed up Dog Food.
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What do turtles eat? That depends on the turtle, of course, but most turtles are omnivores. That means, just like humans, they eat both plant food and meat. However, they should never
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They like to eat earthworms, strawberries, and poisonous mushrooms. Do not eat
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Box turtles eat snails, insects, berries, fungi, slugs, worms, roots, flowers, fish, frogs, salamanders, snakes, birds, and eggs.
Box turtles eat a lot of foods high in protein. These foods can include eggs, earthworms, strawberries, and even poisonous mushrooms. The poisonous mushrooms do not harm the turtle but could harm you if you eat the turtle.
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