One rainy, early fall day the turtle pond in Central Park in Manhattan, New York City was full duckweed (the small green floating plants all over the water) – and I was there looking for turtles in the rain holding my camera phone… it was turtle finding time!! So, can you find the turtles in [...]
AG playing with our female red eared slider (RES) turtle, Cinderella. AG is moving a small toy around and Cinderella is chasing it trying to bite it. A short fun video. Enjoy!
A spotted turtle in the Boston Museum of Science swims along the bottom of an aquarium. Ok, it was more like a large paludarium – a large aquarium (underwater area) with a large land (above water) area with lots of trees and soil and stuff. Spotted turtles are native to the eastern US and are [...]
After a period of over a year and a half of not measuring my red eared slider turtles – I finally measured them again. Measuring the length of their carapace (straight carapace length or SCL) they are: 5 and 7/8 inches – Rex 5 and 7/8 inches – Cinderella that’s a big jump from when [...]