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Thread: turtlerouge's turtle

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    Senior Member scrappy happy's Avatar
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    turtle he is cute

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    How cute! Thanks for sharing him! He's quite big.

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    How fun. I love turtles.

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    My DH's aunt has a turtle that is over 40 years old!! I'll have to ask him exactly how old he is but he's up there. All the "boys" are in their 50s now and this is one of the turtle's from a vacation when they were young boys and she got each of them one.

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    How funny that she hid for 2 weeks. Looks like she enjoys her walks!

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    My sister always has turtles for pets and she loves them. He is a beauty.

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    Shouldn't you change her name to Cecilia? Love turtles.

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    Chris, Friday, my son and i want to the bamboo forest and saw a bunch of turtles, i thought of you

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    Cute! Beautiful markings.

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    A "Red-Eared Slider", I had a few of those as a child. I don't think any of mine ever was ten inches though. Six or seven inches at the most. Thanks for the trip down memory-lane.

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