Pet Turtles And More reader Ryan shares his pictures of his pet red ear slider turtles, Crush and Tiny.

Tiny got her name “because when I got her she was tiny, about the size of a quarter! Crush got his name from Finding Nemo, the sea turtle on the movie is one of my kids fav characters.” It is unknown why Tiny has a piece of her shell missing on the back left leg.




Here are pictures of their turtle tank:
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An external photo of their 150 gallon turtle tank.

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A close up of some of the aquarium’s driftwood and rocks. The gravel will be removed shortly.

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Here are some turtle pictures of Crush:
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A close-up of Crush.

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And some pictures of Tiny:
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Tiny looks like a happy turtle!

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Tiny’s missing shell.

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Tiny’s plastron. It looks completely intact!!

Crush and Tiny are beautiful!!

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Comments

  1. yes they are beautiful! and yes tiny’s plastron is intact its just the top part of her shell. you can see it in the 8th picture down. the both LOVE their new tank. and the water is now crystal clear thanks to the filstar xp4!

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