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red footed tortoise humidity

 

Humidity for red footed tortoises should be kept at 60-80% which is harder to keep in a tank or open enclosure. The best way to establish this is by using a plastic bin with holes drilled throughout and PVC racks. Aquariums may be used but they are harder to maintain humidity in, unless you cover the majority of the lid with plastic wrap or some type of blocking agent. Using a plastic bin is the cheapest alternative and do work but get a proper bin that will not melt from the heat . PVC’s for reptiles are amazing for keeping red foots. For those who do not know what we mean, here is pictures of PVC enclosures. If you are looking to purchase one of these, please contact us and we can connect you with a supplier.  We recommend reptile basics for cost effective nice setups.

Indoor vs outdoor Red Foot humidity and enclosures

Indoor and outdoor Red footed tortoise enclosures setting up a pen like one a Russian, Greek, or Hermann’s would thrive in (open, lots of sunshine, and a hide) is not what these tortoises need and is all too often what I see.In that type of setup keeping the temperature between 70 and 90 degrees let alone the humidity between 70 and 90% is extremely difficult unless you soak it down 5-6 times a day.

Your Red footed tortoise enclosures, whether indoor or outdoor, should mimic their natural habitat and have 60-75% of the pen area covered in plants. Plastic ones work best for indoor pens because they don’t get eaten.

Check out our beautiful captive bred red foot tortoise for sale selection below.  We offer baby red foot tortoise, well started 6 month old cherry head and regular red footed tortoise for sale as well as well started red foot tortoise yearlings for sale.  Cherry Head and Regular Red foot tortoises are beautiful tortoises that originate from tropical habitats in South America, including the Amazon basin.  Our cherry head tortoise for sale as well as our regular red foot tortoises are raised at perfect temperature and humidity to ensure they have extremely smooth shells without any type of pyramiding.  If you are looking for a more colorful baby red foot tortoise, consider the cherry head red foot tortoise.  We have some really nice brightly colored cherry head tortoise for sale online.  As with all of our tortoise for sale, and baby tortoises for sale, all of our red footed tortoise for sale come with a live arrival and 7 day health guarantee.

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Pink Belly Side Necked Turtle Diet & Feeding

   Before purchasing your new pink belly side necked turtle for sale, find the right aquatic turtle for sale breeder.  Whether it be a turtle store, or turtle farm, it is important you find the right turtle breeder selling captive bred baby turtles for sale only.   Our pink belly side necked turtles are all captive bred and raised by hand in fresh, clean water.  All of our pink belly side neck turtles for sale come with our full live arrival and 7 day health guarantee.  We always recommend the 6 month old or yearling well started pink belly side necked turtle over the new, more fragile fresh turtle hatchlings for sale.

Diet and Feeding

In the wild, these turtles feed primarily on crustaceans, mollusks and aquatic insects that share their river habitat. Captive pink-bellied side-necked turtles don’t have overly-specific dietary requirements and eat a variety of plants and animals. They easily adjust to whatever feeding schedule their owner finds convenient, as long as they’re fed approximately every other day. While commercial turtle pellets and cut fish are adequate, pink-bellied side-necked turtles also enjoy a variety of vegetables, worms, chicken and lean beef.

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A single pink-bellied side-necked turtle hatchling, at about 4 inches long, needs a 20-gallon aquarium at a minimum. The species does well in groups, provided the size of the enclosure is increased by at least 10 percent for each additional turtle. As the hatchling grows, its area should be increased by 10 gallons for each inch it grows. Adults reach lengths of 8 to 9 inches. If the water isn’t constantly flowing, the turtle benefits from a filtration system to keep its water clean between changing. River sand at the floor of the enclosure mimics the turtle’s natural habitat. Rocks, greenery, cork bark, and partially-submerged logs or other ramps enable the turtle to leave the water when it wants to bask.

We have some fantastic, vivid colored pink belly side necked turtles for sale.  We have captive bred baby pink belly side neck turtles for sale, captive bred well started 6 month old baby pink belly side necked turtle for sale as well as yearling pink belly side neck turtles for sale. pink belly side neck turtle for sale

The pink-bellied side-necked turtle (Emydura subglobosa) is a recent introduction to the North American turtle keeping hobby. Its shell ranges in color from beige to chestnut brown or slate gray. The plastron can be white, pink or, in the case of especially prized specimens, bright red/orange. The skin is typically various shades of gray, with some red markings. As pink-bellied side-necks grow, their skin develops additional random red/orange markings.

Remember when searching for any tortoises for sale, including a new baby tortoise for sale, tortoise town is your source for the best tortoise for sale , baby tortoises , baby turtles for sale, and adult turtles for sale of any turtle store anywhere.  If you are interested in baby tortoise care, please visit our care section.