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Red Eared Slider Sunning On A Log


Red Eared Slider Sunning On A Log

Red Eared Slider Sunning On A Log

Red Eared Slider Sunning On Log


Red Eared Slider Sunning On Log

Tiny Red Eared Slider


Tiny Red Eared Slider

Young Red Eared Slider Swimming


Young Red Eared Slider Swimming

Baby Red Eared Slider Turtle Climbing Onto Log


Baby Red Eared Slider Turtle Climbing Onto Log

Baby Red Eared Slider Turtle On Log


Baby Red Eared Slider Turtle On Log

Baby Red Eared Slider Turtle Swimming


Baby Red Eared Slider Turtle Swimming

Baby Red Eared Slider Warming In Sun


Baby Red Eared Slider Warming In Sun

Baby Red Eared Slider With Dragonfly On Back


Baby Red Eared Slider With Dragonfly On Back
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Pictures of red-eared sliders (Chrysemys scripta elegans).

This common turtle from the southern United States spends much time in the water. They may grow up to 12 inches. They feed primarily on animal life such as crayfish, tadpoles, and crickets, as well as aquatic plants. During the breeding season, the female will dig a hole in the soil and deposit her eggs.