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  1. #41

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    i have had a large oscar, a large dempsey and 2 large plecos with a spiny soft shell turtle for a couple years and they all are happy and never mess with each other, loads of fun to watch though!!

  2. #42

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    Mar 2009
    Toronto, Canada

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    personally I believe red eared sliders are best suited for a pond. I had one and had to get rid of it as it just kept out growing all the tanks I bought it. I had guppies in with it when it was smaller and all it did was chase the fish non stop. I've considered doing a tank and fish combo with my 110 gallon, but I'm afraid the turtle will kill my fish, as they have extremely sharp nails and I don't want my fish being food. The razorback seem a better way to go if you're going to this combo as they stay 5-6 inches in size. Just my personal opinion from my experience with turtles.

    On a side note, does your razorback eat your live plants???
    40 GALLON / 6 Black Neon Tetras, 6 featherfin rainbows, 3 Khulis, 5 Macculloch Rainbows, 3 Bosemani Rainbows

  3. #43

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    They take a few bits now and then, I can tell by the missing chunks, but I have 5 bunches so they can't do much damage.
    Here are some newer pics, Sonic the bigger one is 3 inches or twice the size he was a month ago when I got him, must be the crickets haha
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    Last edited by Turtledean; 05-04-2010 at 12:59 AM.

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