Hey my baby turtle's shell is soft at the back a little and I'm nervous if it may be the start of shell rot. She is a Northwest red-faced turtle and is 4cm straight carapace length. He is outside in an East facing house, he probably gets about 2 hours intense direct sunlight and about another 7 of medium sun-shade. If I softly, gradually press on the back of the shell it compresses is this normal for baby turtles or the beginning of something bad? She is getting accustomed to her new home and isn't petrified when we come to check on her. She is also pretty active chasing all the fish in her tank climbing on her log and swimming in and out of it as well. I've noticed on the tips of the shell it is kind of clear She doesn't seem to be less buoyant though. On my last post about the white fluff, it is peeling of so I can now say that it was just a shed, had me worried for a bit.