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The red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans), also known as the red-eared terrapin, is a semiaquatic turtle belonging to the family Emydidae. It is a ...

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Mar 4, 2017 ... Red eared sliders are very popular aquatic turtles. Find out if a red eared slider is the right pet for you, how to sex them, and how to properly ...

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Red-eared sliders come by their common name for two reasons: the red ear patch on both sides of the head, and the fact that wild red-ears, when basking, are ...

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The Red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is an aquatic turtle commonly kept as a pet. The three main concerns in keeping a red-eared slider healthy ...

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Identification: Trachemys s. elegans (Wied-Neuwied, 1838), the Red-eared Slider , has a unique, broad red or orange (rarely yellow) stripe behind each eye ...

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Learn how to care for red eared slider turtles available at Petco. Care Sheets provide you with essential info on how to best take care of these pets.

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Red Eared Slider Turtles are the most common aquatic turtle pet and can live for up to 50 years in captivity. Come see our Red Eared Sliders for sale at Petco.

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This is an alien species that has been introduced into California. It is not a native species. Red-eared Slider. Adult in city park lake, San Francisco County, Adults ...

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Natural History Yellow-eared and Red-eared Sliders (Trachemys [Chrysemys] scripta; T. s. elegans,) are found throughout the United States east of the Rockies.