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For a minute I thought that was a blender....
What type of turtle is he?
Oh and nice turtle too!
This setup has been replaced with a 5x2x2, an attempt to house both turtles in one nicer tank for the remainder of the time I will be keeping the Murray. This old setup was given away to a member on this forum
PHOTO OF THE MONTH- JUNE 2012
Good job on the cabinet and hood is it 6ft x 2ft x 2ft ?
Wow how did you make the filtration system
Now that is cool
I forgot to say I built the tank hood and cabinet myself
thats a beautiful turtle
Can you please tell me a little about this enclosure? Pond Size, Enclosure Size, Pump and Filter size etc. Do you have anymore photo's of it?
yeah looks like a big saw shelled turtle
Some infections such as bacterial skin infections can be treated by applying betadine to the affected area and dry docking the turtle (keeping it out of water in a separate container to its tank) for a specific period of time repeatedly until several days to over a week after the infection disappears.
Sunlight is good for helping to dry out infections and is generally good for turtles, we use UVB lights as a substitute for sunlight but it is still not quite the same.
You can not use only sunli
The next day Gab took us on an excursion to the Mary River
iam newbie to this but i have read that when turtles get parasites and dieseases they bask in the sun to kill em off is that right?
Nawwwww so cute!
Your terrible Stocky!
That is such a good setup.
I love the idea with the pipe.
Nice set up.
Love the tank i hope I get and idea for my tank.
Love the setup could I have some deets? Please, beg plead especially the basking are I love it
Hi there, Sorry I haven't logged on for a while... they are 2x standard 3ft tanks!
I like your setup, looks really nice
Sorry for a late reply. there's 1/4 glass missing, so the turtle can come over to the sand side. 3/4 glass will block the water and the sand.
You carnt fix stoopid!
The one is a Firetailed Gudgeon, a native fish!
Most of the others are Gambusia (Plague Minnow or Mosquito Fish) which are a noxious pest in all Australian waterways!
Thank you for telling me! I'm going to "replenish' my plant supplies later this week and giant ambulia is defiantly the first choice on my list!
Thanks! The green plants are Giant Ambulia. I didn't like them because they fell apart all over the place and made a mess. But my turtle liked them!!
That's attractive! Can you please tell me what are the green plants floating called because it looks beautiful.