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Old 10-17-16, 09:16 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Re: My New Muddie Buddy!

Haha!

So true! I was thinking tortoise as well at first, however they require daily salads and such. The aquatic turtles I have chosen are still pure carnivores and only eat 3ish times a week and are fed a base of special turtle pellets, but can also eat live foods like fish (if theu can catch it lol) shrimp, even pinky mice.

Also, omg, their personalities! That's what really got me! Adorable begging faces haha!
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Old 10-18-16, 05:45 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Re: My New Muddie Buddy!

It would take an outdoor pond area, but look up concentric diamondback terrapins. They're my next turtle purchase.
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Re: My New Muddie Buddy!

That is actually my next one too!!!

But it doesn't have to be an outdoor pond. Going with a brackish set up with an expected adult tank of 100 gallons. (The mud will most likely get a 40 breeder since they don't swim much).

I really want to go woth a hatchling for the terrapin though. I love baby reptiles and feel jipped out of that with my already adult mud lol.

Do you have a breeder selected? Ping me with who you will get yours from. I found one guy selling some for like 30$ but he's already sold out.
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The name should be mudpie or mink XD
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Re: My New Muddie Buddy!

I've never been into water turtles, but if I were to keep aquatics it would be muds or musks. Very cute little guy!
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