Chuck and Queenie are Red Ear Slider Turtles who are looking for a home. They appear to both be female. They are not full grown yet and both have the appearance that they have not had the correct nutrition which can make determining their gender more difficult. Either way Chuck and Queenie have beautiful, striped coloring. Chuck is a little more curious than Queenie but both will come up for food once they know you. They have been around children and have done well with handling. Red Ear Sliders grow to be around 12 inches so they need a large aquarium or habitat tub with the proper lighting and set up. If you have any questions about the habitat that they need, feel free to call our adoption coordinator, Jessica, at 410-313-2780 ext. 0.
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