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No-Eyed Red Ear Slider Turtle

Trachemys Scripta Elegans

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Sometimes nature gives life to a creature with slight imperfections that make it rare and unique to the world, but no less capable of a long life with some love and care. That’s the case with the No-Eyed Red Ear Slider. Hatchlings with this so-called imperfection appear at the rate of about 1 per every 1,000 born on our farm, making them a very special animal to find.

Red Ear Sliders are native to the United States and can now be found just about anywhere in the world. They’re probably most known for their basking habits and how they like to pile up on each other when vying for sunlight.

These No-Eyed Red Ear Slider Turtles are very special animals that appear naturally in nature and require a little extra love and care, especially in their early months, to help determine their habits and how they need to specifically be taken care of. They are very healthy creatures that will live a long life often showing personalities and traits not found in the common hatchling. You'll soon notice their highly developed senses of smell and hearing and the extra attention they give back to you!




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 No Eyed Red Ear Slider Turtle $79.95
 

 



 
 
 

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 Pink Belly Snapping Turtle

Elseya Novaeguinea

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The Pink Belly Snapping Turtle is considered to be native to New Guinea. They carapace is commonly a brownish shade with darkened area present on each scute. Their plastron, chin and neck range from a pinkish red to a pinkish yellow based on age. They are believed to reach a maximum size of approximately 12” at full maturity. The exact taxonomy on the Pink Belly Snapping Turtles is currently under debate. There are believed to be several distinct subspecies yet to be classified.

 


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  PINK BELLY SNAPPER 

 

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 Pastel Slider Turtle

Trachemys Scripta Elegans

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Pastel Sliders are considered a color morph or hybrid of the much more common Red Ear Slider. Pastel Sliders exhibit a certain degree of hypo-melanism, which is a reduction in the presence of black that is visibly present in their carapace and skin coloration. They also exhibit to a certain degree of hypo-xanthism, which is a reduction in the presence of the color yellow. Pastel Sliders are considered desirable for the aforementioned traits, in addition to the deviations present in the standard patterns and standard color ranges.

 



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Spotted Turtle

Clemmys Guttata

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The Spotted Turtle’s carapace has a backdrop of solid black with splattered yellow spots positioned sporadically on the scutes. The spots often vary based on age. Hatchling Turtles normally exhibit only one spot per scute. The scute distribution and count will increase as the Turtle matures. A Spotted Turtle’s plastron can range in color from yellow to orange with varying blotches of black. Their legs are often a backdrop of black with patches of yellow, red and orange distributed throughout.
 


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GIANT MEXICAN MUSK TURTLE For Sale
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Mexican Musk Turtle

Staurotypus triporcatus

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The Mexican Musk Turtle is commonly found in many regions of Central America. Their maximum size achieved at full maturity is generally 7”-8”. They commonly exhibits an oval shaped, three keeled carapace. Generally their carapace carries a color scheme ranging from a brownish hue, with a shade of yellow seeming the scutes together. It is not uncommon for the Mexican Musk Turtle to display an array of dark spots on their carapace, as well. They posses the same cross shaped plastron that is common to all Musk Turtles. The color scheme present on their plastron is that of a yellow backdrop often times seemed together by a dull shade of black. Their skin coloration varies from one extremity to the other with their head and neck commonly ranging from an olive to yellowish hue and their legs and tail being a brownish shade of grey.


 
 


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