Turtles & Tortoises
Successfully housing a Red Earred Slider in a low maintenance habitat that meets their needs requires not only some planning and some trial and error but also space.
Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD) is a result of not enough calcium and Vitamin D3 for animals, causing the loss of bone density. MBD can also be caused by too much phosphorus and/or too little protein in the diet. Cold...
Russian tortoises are one of the more popular small species of pet tortoises. They are fairly easy to keep, as long as you know proper husbandry and diet for the tortoise.
Learn more about one of the largest tortoise's in the world, including a video of an African Spurred Tortoise munching on his favorite snack!
Creating an indoor pool for your turtle can be justified for several reasons, whether it is winter and you want your turtle to escape its aquarium from time to time, or you need a cheap alternative to an aquarium....
Facts and information about keeping the Indian star tortoise as a pet.
Uncommon and expensive morphs of the common snapping turtle and other interesting snapping turtle facts like how to help them cross a road, turtle soup and dish recipes.
Do you plan on keeping a turtle you found outdoors? While most wild turtles don't make good pets, keeping one is possible if you provide the proper habitat, lighting and overall care.
Thinking about getting a Turtle, or already aquired one? Here is some advice and easy information to figure out how to take care of a turtle.
The common snapping turtle is never a pet - it's an animal with jaws that can seriously injure anyone stupid enough or immoral enough to mess with one. If you are such a moron with such incompetent ideas as to presume...
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