An albino red-eared slider is a rare pet turtle. They have no chance of surviving in the wild, and they are found among breeders. Breeders can also determine the sex of an albino r...
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 ...
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 ...
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,
Water: 75-78 F (23-26 C) for adults, and 78-80 F (25.5-27 C) for hatchlings
If the temperatures (water or basking) are too low, turtles will be sluggish and may not bask because of this. However, the difference in temperature between the water and the basking spot is ... More »
General Description: The Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) is a
medium-to-large sized turtle capable of reaching straight carapace lengths of 7 to
Identification: Trachemys s. elegans (Wied-Neuwied, 1838), the Red-eared Slider
, has a unique, broad red or orange (rarely yellow) stripe behind each eye ...
Natural History Yellow-eared and Red-eared Sliders (Trachemys [Chrysemys]
scripta; T. s. elegans,) are found throughout the United States east of the Rockies.
The red eared slider is one of the most common types of turtles found in the pet
trade but many owners are surprised by the amount of care they need.
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