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Default FREE:Re-home for Yellow Belly & Mississippi Map with Tank & all Equipment

Free to good home, two turtles with the full setup needed to house them. Re-homing due to moving abroad at the end of June.

Neither has had any health problems & both are 6 years old and have been fed on a pellet diet. Any questions feel free to post or PM.

Unfortunately if I am unable to re-home them before June-end I will be forced to drop them off to a sanctuary so I would appreciate PMs if you know anyone who can look after these two & also also charitable bumps to keep the thread active.

Equipment:
One 200L Fluval tank
2 X U4 filters (designed for 200L filtering each)
1 X U3 (spare)
Floating turtle island
UV lamp & Bulbs
Fluval 200L heater
Assorted tank ornaments
Turtle food

ALSO small tank for temporary housing during clean & assorted cleaning utensils
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Do you know their sexes?
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Old 30-05-2016, 02:07 PM
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The Mississippi map is female (she laid a batch of eggs which I didn't let hatch) and the Yellow belly is a male.
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Old 30-05-2016, 03:38 PM
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Ah ok, how far are would you be prepared to travel to drop them off?

Are they housed together at the moment?
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Old 30-05-2016, 11:36 PM
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Hi what turtles are there please and where r u based thanks
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I can drop them 20/30 miles from Virginia Water.

They are housed together and have always been (since they were the size of a 50p coin).

Female Mississippi map and male yellow belly slider.
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Old 01-06-2016, 03:41 PM
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We're about 30 miles (each way) from you, so if no one else offers then we could take them.

Do you have any up to date photos at all? We would though house them separately given their sexes and presumably an already attempted mating.
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