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I love this! I am going to change my rocks to larger ones like these for sure!
Hi Lana, nice pic.
It's a Broad-shelled turtle.
Just came across this pic - your tank looks great!!! Love the river scene! You've got some lucky turtles!!!
I will do more pics. These turtles are from a pet shop from Paris.
Thanks, It's where I keep our Macleays
thats a really nice setup
Thanks Kaz, I'm in the middle of preparing my 5 foot tank which housed turtles 5-6 years ago, Kreffts, Sawshells and a Snapping turtle all purchased off Craig and Gab whilst they were living in Sydney.
Wow your tank nis beautiful I like it alot, very natural and very colourful
Hey, the expansa looks in awesome condition. Not like Adam's which is all "crinkled and passed" (Quote by Brian)
Yes shes our girl - loves the posing - always acknowledges us when we get close to her tank! Its almost like shes "kissing" us through the glass when our faces are right up near her tank haha
love this pic!! she is very photogenic..
me too. She is so cute and what a great shot of her, Debbie
Can you post some images of the head and underneath? Can you give some history on the turtle?
I agree, to me it is rugosa. It is not speckled like Burranganji (?spelling)
Does he shave his head too? Don't mind me, just in a funny mood!
THEY REALLY ENJOY EACH OTHERS COMPANY!
Does anyone know if this a freshwater turtle??
Looks like C.siebenrocki from Papua New Guinea!
This smaller turtle looks like M. rugosa but would like to see a photo from the side (so we can see the shape of the skull) as well as a plastron photo!