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red-eared slider

trachemys scripta elegans


dark gray base shell with a yellow line running from the body to the feet and yellow lines running down the back of the tail.on the edge, one can see the yellow mark on the dark gray square. as well as the side on the head their one red mark on each side of the head.with round eyes, and a yellow line running down from the eyes along the neck to the body.


fresh clean water is that is air rated from a waterfall plant life around the pond and rocks and logs the sun keep the pond warm. but this one has a rock to sit upon to get some sun rays.


it a subspecies of pond slider,and a semiaquatic turtle belonging to the family Emydidae. (aka the spruce pet)what they eat and when to feed them feeding time one time daily! and what to feed them Depends on the turtle age.

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Washington, USA

Spotted on Jul 7, 2019
Submitted on Jul 7, 2019

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