All of the Baby Mississippi Map Turtles for sale here at are captive bred and raised by us or by one of our turtle or tortoise breeders. These baby turtles were born this year. They are feeding on our . They are healthy and active. The baby Mississippi map turtle has a beautiful road map type pattern and the under part of it’s shell. This is called the plastron. Each turtle has it’s own unique pattern making them easy to tell who is who if you have more then one. Like all baby turtles you will want to feed them two times a day for the first year. We tell people that it is easier on your if you feed them in a separate bowl. Simply take your turtle from its home and place it into a bowl of room temperature water with a few pellets of food and let it be for about 20 minutes. After your turtle has had time to eat you should return him or her to their home. Be sure to wash the bowl you feed your turtle in and wash your hands with soap and water anytime after handling your turtle or its habitat. Remember turtles with a carapace less than 4 inches are sold for scientific, educational or export purposes only. The female map turtle grows to be around 6 to 8 inches in about a 7-year period. But the male only gets to be about 4 to 5 inches its whole life. We ship all our turtles out using Ups and have safely been delivering turtles to doorsteps for years. That is why offers a free on all its turtles. We feel strongly that you will be pleased with the quality and price of our baby Mississippi map turtles for sale.
Feeding my baby Mississippi Map turtle - YouTube
Hi there I posted a day ago asking about mississippi map turtles. I figured by now you must have learned some first hand knowledge on them. My son owned one for only a few days before it died, we had gotten the baby turtle injured with an infection. We are about to try this again but hopefully this time it will be a healthy turtle. From what Ive been able to gather mississippi maps eat:
Aquatic Insect Larvae
Freeze Dried Shrimp
and then a cuttlebone for calcium
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Cute Baby Mississippi Map Turtles For Sale $10.00 - FaunaClassifieds
On March 3, 2008, Strictly Reptiles Inc., a wildlife dealer in Hollywood, Fla., sold 1,000 baby yellow-bellied sliders and Mississippi map turtles to a souvenir shop in Panama City, Fla. The sale violated a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ban on small pet turtles designed to protect the public from the disease-causing bacteria Salmonella. Turtles often carry Salmonella on their outer skin and shell surfaces, and people can get Salmonella infection by coming in contact with turtles or their habitats.
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