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Two Headed Red Eared Slider

$4,995.00
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Product Description

One of nicest Two Headed Red Eared Sliders we've ever seen, this one will be a yearling in early July. It has a very straight, almost perfect shell. Both heads eat, and are very out going. An oddity even for a two headed turtle, this one often moves with both heads operating in unison, with both outside eyes working together, and the inside eyes more cautious. This unique turtle is the picture of perfect health and is an excellent candidate to reach full maturity and live a long life. Except for some extra TLC worthy of it's extreme rarity it's description and care are the same as for normal Red Eared Sliders and follows:

The most common turtle available the world over, Red Eared Sliders make excellent starter turtles, and adults will brighten up outdoor ponds in nearly all US temperature zones. They do well in tanks, water and land setups, and when kept with most other species.

They bask frequently, and will even pile on top of each other for the best sunning position. In community set ups, it's often the red ears example that quicken other species taming down. Red ears are omnivorous, eating pellets, most greens, insects, fish, mollusks etc.

**Please Note: Red Eared Sliders are not allowed to be shipped to Virginia or Florida. Rarer color morphs of Red Eared Sliders, such as Albino Red Ears, Pastel Red Ears, Hypo Red Ears and Ghost Red Ears are permitted to be shipped to Florida. Please contact us if you have any questions - Thank you.

Other Details

Common Name:
Two Headed Red Eared Sliders
Scientific Name:
Trachemys scripta elegans
Level:
Advanced
Restricted States:
OR, FL, VA
Turtle Category:
North American Water Turtles
Turtle Subcategory:
Sliders

Warranty Information

We offer a 7 day health guarantee on our captive bred animals only provided all conditions are met as listed in our Terms and Conditions page.

Reviews

  • 5
    Thank you for not culling them

    Posted by Heather on Nov 9th 2021

    Since I know that these mutations happen more often than people realize (evident based on other comments), thank you for not doing what MOST breeders do when they have an imperfect animal, and culling them. The higher cost will guarantee than the buyer has a vested interest in caring for that animal too. For the education of others - you can't purposely breed this type of thing - it's not like a colour morph.

  • 5
    Thank you for not culling them

    Posted by Heather on Nov 9th 2021

    Since I know that these mutations happen more often than people realize (evident based on other comments), thank you for not doing what MOST breeders do when they have an imperfect animal, and culling them. The higher cost will guarantee than the buyer has a vested interest in caring for that animal too. For the education of others - you can't purposely breed this type of thing - it's not like a colour morph.

  • 1
    disgusting

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 6th 2021

    this should be illegal

  • 1
    Horrible

    Posted by Ryan Michelle on Nov 5th 2021

    Whoever is breeding these turtles sucks. In humane to do so and they die with health complications and problems quickly. STOP

  • 1
    Cruel

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 5th 2021

    .....

  • 1
    Bad mutations

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 5th 2021

    Deliberately breeding these is cruel, instead of promoting a healthy creature, you're no better than the breeders who wrecked the pug breeds, causing them to suffer lifelong breathing issues. I doubt you care, as long as you make money, you'll probably delete this comment, but you'll still be a sleaze, who's cruel to animals simply to make money.

  • 1
    Gross

    Posted by RED on Nov 5th 2021

    Doing this to animals and selling them for novelty is deranged and obscene.

  • 1
    what?

    Posted by Jasper on Nov 5th 2021

    You can not seriously be breeding two headed turtles on purpose. it's horrific

  • 5
    vv

    Posted by vv on Oct 14th 2021

    vvv

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