Caring for Turtles / Tortoises


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California Turtle and Tortoise Club's Water Turtle Care-sheet __ "California Turtle and Tortoise Club's guide to the general care of water turtles such as red-eared sliders and cooters." - From -

Care of North American Wood Turtles __ Basic information with links to a paper and other resources. - from -

Caring For Your Pet Turtle __ "Making sure a turtle has enough room to live in, making sure it has enough light, shade, and moisture, clean water, and a basking lamp are just a few of the steps you need to undertake to keep your pet turtles healthy." Basic information. - From -



Caring for Your Turtle __ "Turtles, numbering more than 245 species, inhabit areas ranging from the hottest deserts to the coldest oceans. As proper care requires close attention to natural history, your pet’s needs should be investigated carefully before you buy it." Basic information about the care of turtles. - From -

How to Care for a Pet Turtle __ "Turtles can be an interesting pet to learn about and care for. Learn about the turtle and how to ensure they live a long and happy life." Good information. - From -



Tortoise Trust Web __ "Tortoise Trust Web - A site dedicated to the conservation and captive care of Chelonia" Membership information, care sheets, articles, resource links and more. - illustrated - From -

Tortoises __ "Tortoises of different species should not live in the same enclosure because they can transmit diseases to one another." This is just one bit of information you will find here. Click-to-view resources, images and more. - illustrated - From -

Water Turtles __ "Caring for turtles is not as simple as some people think. It involves a lot more than just putting a turtle in a bowl or 10-gallon tank. If set up properly turtles can be very easy to care for." Basic information, click-to-view resources, gallery, more. - illustrated - from -




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