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 #6536  by odin
 19 Jan 2019 12:06
That turtle is so damn cute! What sit called?
 #6537  by opae ula related
 20 Jan 2019 05:31
Algae In Space wrote:Great. I can't remember what I paid for mine. They are on the endangered species list as far as I know. Make sure you get a certificate for them. The breeder will give you one. The babies are extremely cute. But you have to be carful that the garden is enclosed so they won't wander off. When winter comes they will just disappear into the foliage and dig into the ground. There are also methods like putting them into a basket filled with gravel, soil and foliage and put them into the cellar. But you can read up on that when you got one. :cool:
Thanks.
 #6548  by Vorteil
 21 Jan 2019 20:01
The floating pellets are koi food. Turtle also eats it in addition to fruits.
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 #6549  by Algae In Space
 21 Jan 2019 22:36
Sweeeet :happy:

I've recently watched a video about Japanese breeders and how extremely expensive they can get :what:

Good thing you did't put Opae in there. They wouldn't last long.
 #6550  by opae ula related
 22 Jan 2019 03:02
Vorteil wrote:The floating pellets are koi food. Turtle also eats it in addition to fruits.
Nice pond! How many gallons is that? Heated?
 #6577  by Vorteil
 24 Jan 2019 08:28
Maybe 1200 to 1500 gallons(?). It's not heated so the turtle is not in there year round. Mostly spring to fall.
 #6588  by odin
 24 Jan 2019 18:03
Vorteil wrote:The floating pellets are koi food. Turtle also eats it in addition to fruits.
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Wow that looks awesome, i'm very jealous! :cool: :cool: :cool:
 #6602  by opae ula related
 26 Jan 2019 07:20
Vorteil wrote:Maybe 1200 to 1500 gallons(?). It's not heated so the turtle is not in there year round. Mostly spring to fall.
You know what I am thinking about your 1,500 gallon pond.... Imageguess...
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