Here, I’ll list out the 5 most popular posts that have gone crazy popular among our readers! Don’t forget to check these out if you’ve missed any!
1. What Do Turtles Like To Play With?
Many of us don’t know this: your turtles can get bored! Providing them with the bare necessary items don’t necessarily mean that they will be happy. Yes, they can lead a good life but not a happy one. To keep your turtle happy, you need to [Continue Reading]
2. What Are The Small pet Turtles That Stay Small?
One of the most common mistakes that beginners do is, they choose a pet turtle without knowing about it. I admit that pet turtles are relatively easy to care for than dogs or cats. However, it doesn’t mean all pet turtles need the same care. Some species of turtles [Continue Reading]
3. How To Tell The Gender Of A Turtle?
Identifying the gender of a turtle is not a simple task to do. Unlike other mammals, turtles do not have any distinct sign that declares its gender such as external genitalia. It makes identifying the sex of a turtle much more challenging, but [Continue Reading]
4. How To Tell If Your Turtle Is Dead?
5. How To Treat Swollen Eyes Of Turtles At Home?
Swollen eyes is actually a very common eye disease for turtles. If your turtle is suffering from this disease, it needs to be addressed as soon as possible. Otherwise, this health issue [Continue Reading]
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