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About Alabama map turtles

About Alabama map turtles

Alabama map turtles
are similar to those of Brazil turtles. The head of the protruding markings and back is a common feature of this species. With yellow markings all over the body. A map like it gets its name. Alabama map turtle aquatic Bay clams, snails for food, so the tooth plate is very rigid, can crush the shell.

In Polyculture also must pay attention to them will bite the tail or other mild turtle neck. Suitable for North American species polyculture. In an artificial environment, any food is eaten and eaten quickly. The male and female are similar to those of Brazil turtles. Spawning and breeding habits are also the same. It's just less adaptable to the environment and less imported. So it did not breed like a Brazil turtle.

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