Hi here I have my baby map turtle... he comes with his tank... and everything you need for him *food *water cleaner *rocks *sand *gravel *filter *basking lamp and clamp.....
hes a lovely little turtle very friendly with kids and other animals...
hes very active in his tank always swimming around and likes to get onto his rocks and dry off under his light...
he likes to come out of his tank aswell but you dont have too hes quite happy to stay in his tank and chill!!
Only letting him go due to having a tortoise now aswell
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Pets do not have to be cuddly. One interesting animal to look after is the pet turtle. However, acquiring one should not be done as an impetuous decision. There is an increasing number of turtles that escaped or dumped in Northland waterways and it is now causing problems to the ecosystem.