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red-eared slider

trachemys scripta elegans

Description:

A smaller red-eared slider marking on the body are white line running from the feet to the body and around the shell, this is a younger red-eared terrapin. one can see the red mark on the side of its head.

Habitat:

pond, lake, river anywhere where there is fresh running water and live water plantspeople keep them as a pet. or maybe it the other way around. but anyway they are fun to t keep a pet record they must be fed every day and

Notes:

type of life form: reptile full grown length: 7.5 inch danger: one can become contaminated with salmonella if not careful.

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Washington, USA

Lat: 48.41, Long: -122.31

Spotted on Jul 8, 2019
Submitted on Jul 8, 2019

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