Teddy Connysson: Awesome tank setup, I've got two sliders too they are both 20 years old now
Christos Givas: Why do u have the turtle in a container and not in the tank
Paric J Sying: you cut your turtle's nails?
Matthew dimon: Why does everyone raise there lights like that if the turtle gets to hot
hes gonna jump in the water
Jake Marez: It tanks dirty ad
MinJun Kim: Lol mine fight a lot
bob dunkin: noooooooooooooooooooo nnnnnnnnnnnnooooobbbbbbbb
Hyperslider Z: theyre calling school off monday to let the kids trim the turtles nails in
the wild no need to worry lol
ThatTurtleGuy79: Great video!!! love the beginning!!
SthlmFARSTASTRAND: your slider dont eat up fishes?
Evan Castillo: it's a red belly pacu i have had some
Gary Chui: Male one is a old red eared slider
hollie holston: Wtf wrong with yur turtle
m1ste2tea: they dont, I currently have a large oscar and a pleco, they've lived with
the turtles for years with no nipping.
Erick TheBoss: Your turtle looks like wolverine with those nails xDD
brody12380: lol i thought ur username said suckmypotatoes
Sarah Marshall: how many gallons is it?
m1ste2tea: I bought him from the petshop like this, I think that he had his paw nipped
by another turtle when he was a little tiny turtle, as theyre usually grown
in masses in one tank.
m1ste2tea: I just updated the "latest update" caption in the beginning of this video,
click on it to see the updated planters. they are basically a skeletal
frame covered by the plastic mesh used for window screens. I used
plexiglass for the frame, but u can use anything else, then glue it all
together with crazy glue, and silicone it to the back of the tank.
Lomu10dh: It's calles Aquaponics, look it up. You can use plants to filter the water.
You could put herbs our veggy's in them. to feed youre turle with. But
sliders are more carnivors.
Argelis Rodriguez: FREDDY CRUGAR TURTLE..
TheMonsterTurtle: nice turtle tank
DavidAlvarezMusic: how much was the tank?
Brandon Ly: Cut his nails?? Lolol.
Asorban Towel: Nope. Something related to a parana, called a pacu...
bob dunkin: nnnnnnnnnnnnooooooooooooo
m1ste2tea: are you talking about the plants out of the tank? there are no real plants
in the water itself.
m1ste2tea: @gangstaliam8876 a fully grown female is a lot larger than a male, some
females can grow a big a foot. and they'd need a 75 gallon tank minimum.
males are a lot smaller, maxing out at around 8 inches, they'd be fine in a
55, possibly even a 40 gallon breeder tank if it is overfiltered.
m1ste2tea: you are "allowed" but thats not what I did, the turtle was purchased this
way, looks like some other bigger turtle chomped on his paw when he was a
baby. Cutting the nails is most likely detrimental to the health of the
turtle, as it uses them sometimes to help ease the larger chunks of food
into its mouth. Dont worry about cutting the turtle's nails in other words.
tubbyfatty1: i have a red eared slider too he's pretty much the size of both hands i
want to get him new stuff so i was wondering if you could tell me where u
got your things? like everything you got please? thanks!
SammyTheShark: is a 55g good for adult RES?
m1ste2tea: It does, by removing nitrates, just like most plants, I have learned my
lesson with mangroves, they need very high light, and mine just dont grow
fast enough to do any significant water cleanup.
vmdacbmx19036: what happened to the ones rite foot
m1ste2tea: I bought it like that years ago, I assume another turtle snapped at it
wherever they were bred. The turtle adjusted to it, perfers to use this paw
to help itself get food into its mouth.
water6135: Wow ho ho mun i like it
m1ste2tea: Anytime, If you have any other questions feel free to send me a message.
gamera209: Ohh crap n he got a red belly pirana too
Bryan Saw: Nice male red eared slider!
brody12380: i got one its a baby its in a 10 gallon is that ok
Alex A: nice video! i love the top paRT of your tank! i made a similiar video chk
Michael Gard: What happened to his claws?
m1ste2tea: if you have a male (long front claws) then a 40 gallon tank would be good
for life. a female (same claws front and back) will need something bigger,
at least a 75 gallon tank when it is fully grown. by "rock" im assuming you
mean a basking area, It only needs to be big enough for the turtle to climb
onto and dry off. For a 4 inch turtle a 4x6inch area would be good enough.
I must stress, make sure you confirm your turtle's gender before commit to
a tank. you can tell by the tail and claws.
Heartagram: Lol I bought feeder minnows for my turtles. They told me the fish will end
up due to the turtles waste making the water poisonous for the fish.. After
2 weeks they are still alive and have gotten bigger :D.
DX zilla: Check my videos
Δημήτρης Κόλλιας: Nice. I tried to put a turtle at my aquarium and it atacked my goldfishes.
Why? As i can see you have no problem.
ReptileHut: Hey dude really nice tank!!!! but how did you get your turtles to not pick
on fish because I had to take my huge cichlid and put in my tiny Comm tank
cause he was getting picked on by my side necked turtle
Ariaqu05: Hi, what heater and how many watts, do you use? I have a 55 gallon tank,
but its not filled up all the way, my basking area is not above like yours.
mike dalton: Piranha! Cool, does it eat fish food or fruit?
99Lolnoob: dude. a piranha could kill all of ur fish and turtle
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