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Got my pet turtle

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by 12BoreMax=P, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. 12BoreMax=P

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    thats a terapin:rolleyes:

    remember to wash your hands they carry salmonella

    oh and they dont like cold water
    mine spent 2 years outside and they went into permanent hibernation so couldnt eat

    vet did their best but they got put down.

    keep them warm and make sure they eat
     
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    ps . dose any 1 no if turtles sleep :confused::confused::confused::confused:
     
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    they sleep but its on and off

    normally they just float around
     
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    its a yellow bellied turtel apparetly . yeahh ive got it in my fish tank with a bascing lamp on for it :D
     
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    no thats a terapin im sure of it :confused:

    well it looks simular to one
    i had red eared terapins
     
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    so the fella in the pet shop says , he said it was more like a map turtle than a teripin
     
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    well the pet shop guy knows all so i have no reason to doubt him.
     
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    lol hes a canny fella in that pet shop . do you no if they like any specal type of plant etc ???..
     
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    well my terapins liked salads and steak (medium to well):D

    they ate worms too
     
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    much did you pay for it mate
     
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    :eek: stake . what will i eat then ??? lmaoo


    it was £20 james . from fine fins aquatics in penshaw
     
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    Jame's you should have said how much did you "shell" out for that:D
     
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    the worms:D
    good source of protein:p:up:
     
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    that was very SLOW of you james:D
     
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    mmmmmmmmm... worms . souds like a cracking meal !
    al have to buy a spade :p:D
     
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    Start a compost heap, then you don't need a spade or have to dig;):up:
     
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    ahh that sounds like a plan mate ! :up:

    was gona say a cant be a**ed with diging . too much like hard work ! :D
     
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    Should they have a rock in the tank so they can get above the water line.
     
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    hey dont be shellfish think of all those lovely worms:D
     

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