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red-eared slider

trachemys scripta elegans


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.


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


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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