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the side of 1he road in a garbage
bag. I decided to save them V
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    • Please make sure they have an area to get out of the water completely to let them dry off, if they can’t dry off they will get shell rot. Godzilla says Thankyou!
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    • that was a smooth transition
      Vibes 31 jul
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    • You gotta get then a small filter or the nitrates in the water will build up
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    • noon wtf is wrong with u why aren’t u training them ninjitsu smfh
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    • Had a yellow eared slider named Vegeta. After 2 years he just disappeared from his tank. 6 months later I was on the toilet and heard a weird noise. Vegeta was running down the hall. Still haven't figured out how he was alive
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    • “Saved” then i hate it when people say this shit like you took them home cuz hey cute lmao
      ClamSolo 3 aug
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    • great, you encouraged and supported her to still breed and abuse them more
      bqgin 2 aug
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    • That’s a good temporary home for them but they will escape, they are expert escape artists. They will also grow to the size of dinner plates and outlive your parents. Only half kidding. Sources: 2 red ear sliders since age 5
      Spade25 2 aug
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    • Selling turtles under 4 inches in diameter is illegal. If you see someone selling baby turtles don't buy any, it supports the business. Call the police and report it. Turtles are among the most commonly abused pets in America due to impulse buying and miseducation.
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    • Yea but unless theres actual danger to the turtle dont buy baby turtles from those people. That's shit is highly illegal
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    • If you decide to keep them, especially indoors, Red Eared Sliders need at least a 75g tank with a turtle dock or other place to get out of the water completely. They will also need uvb and a heat lamp. Also, if possible please report that person to the authorities.
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    • Giving people money for an animal they found in the wild is not “saving” them. It’s increasing the demand. Report street sellers to authorities and stop this abysmal practice.
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    • Red ear sliders, apparently illegal to sell when they are that small, salmonella. Wash the fuck out of your hands after dealing with them. Catch tadpoles, those bitchs love tadpoles.
      Mahwler 2 aug
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    • Yeah those are like a 30 year commitment. I got one from my older sis when I was like..9 or 10. I'm 21 now and that fucker is still alive.
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    • Red eared sliders are the best. They’re like always happy especially with 2 and can bite a goldfish in half to watch it suffer and let the tank water get bloody... but they’re so adorable
      P_Street 4 aug
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    • Song?
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    • Technically that are illegal to own because of the salmonella that carry on the bottom of their shell but other than that that are cool pets
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    • Depending in what state your in those are an endangered species might want to make sure ur local DNR can't arrest you or fine you for having them maybe why the chick was sellin them in the first place
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    • Yeah you rescued them alright, not like she grabbed them from the river and if you didnt buy them nobody else would have
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    • Here’s my Oscar
      EazyPz 2 aug
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    • Guys, if you see someone selling turtles like this don't buy them. You may think you're saving them but they're most likely wild caught and if they sell them they'll just go take more from their natural habitat, animals shouldn't be taken from the wild to be made into pets.
      jaymey94 2 aug
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    • DON’T DO THIS! This only encourages their business. What these guys do is catch them locally and sell them on the side of the road. Most places have made it illegal to sell turtles smaller than three inches because of this. It’s highly disruptive to the ecosystem. Just call the cops instead.
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    • Anyone else get anxious by the way he holds that carrier?
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    • One time when i was 10, my best friend bought 7 of those turtles and named them all Syd, my name. They all died and she would call me when they did, so 7 times she called my house phone crying telling my mom she needed to talk to me because Syd died
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    • Turtle tanks are a bitch to care for even with filters
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    • Lol ur gonna keep them a few years. They will get 14" long. Then ur either not gonna give a shit that they are way to cramped(because u need a massive fucking tank) or it gonna get rid of them. Thus the circle of neglect continues.
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    • Well dip them in radioactive waste have a rat person train em and call them ninjas.
      JimDude 8 aug
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    • Never buy Turtles on the side of the road because it just gives those people motive to go catch more Turtles. If no one buys them they will realize it's not a good business and stop.
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    • "What's in the trash bag?" "Tiny turtles." "Sold crazy lady."
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    • That looks like the setup you get given when you buy them from the flea market. Flea markets are notorious for selling baby red eared sliders
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    • You didn’t save them. You bought them.
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    • Yea... these are bought
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    • Technically you didn't save them, you just fueled what that lady is doing by buying them
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    • Those are red eared sliders and they can easily be put back in the wild. They dont belong in a tank
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    • Gee. I wonder why a normal person was selling them out of their garage
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    • I saved a red ear slider from the middle of the road. Now that turtle is fat and happy and very ungrateful. But I still love him.
      Hagis 2 aug
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    • “Save” meaning you bought them which only encourages the practice. If you want to help, call fish and wildlife on her.
      Blorange 2 aug
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    • So you gave money to the person selling them, making them able to now sell more as well as turning a pretty penny
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    • Ok, I understand, but don't do that, call the game warden in the area, most of the time when they do that it is illegal, so they can get in trouble. Buying the turtles only gives them the resources to do it again.
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    • Get those bitches a log to bask on
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    • You didn’t save shit, you just bought them fool, and you just gave her incentive to capture and sell more to people like you
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    • This is a tik tok the real owner of this video won’t be able to read that they are wrongly taking care of them
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    • That's cute and all, but you're gonna deal with shell rot like a mofo if you don't get them a basking spot. And a filter, turtles poo a lot
      OriiRae 5 aug
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    • Isnt it bad to buy them off the side of the road cause you're promoting the business? I know its illegal to sell them because they are too small to be sold
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    • NormG 4 aug
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    • Then why do you already have a cage, liar
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    • Song?
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    • They need a spot to be completely above the water or they'll get shell rot
      SnuWolf 3 aug
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    • Keeping those types of turtles clean is a hassle I had a buncha them growing up and I hated cleaning the rocks and tank and their shells cuz it all smelled horrible after like 4 days
      Tancheap 3 aug
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    • In other words you gave her business and bought them, so now she’s gonna keep doing it because it works
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    • ᴾˢᴬ ᴰᴼᴺ'ᵀ ᴿᴱᴸᴱᴬˢᴱ ᵀᵁᴿᵀᴸᴱˢ ᴵᴺᵀᴼ ᴺᴬᵀᵁᴿᴱ ᵀᴴᴱᵞ ᶜᴼᴹᴾᴸᴱᵀᴱᴸᵞ ᶠᵁᶜᴷ ᵁᴾ ᴱᶜᴼˢᵞˢᵀᴱᴹˢ
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    • Red eared turtles are a super invasive species, they fucking annihilate the environment where they get released in, nuke the turtle while we will can
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    • Bought not saved... no danger was present
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    • Careful they get bigger and very aggressive
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    • Red eared sliders. I have a few that are a couple years old. The bigger one is nearly the size of a volleyball. They get big quicklyn
      Ratt54 2 aug
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    • Also make sure you change your UVB lamp every 6 months or so, even if it doesn’t burn out the UVB will run out and your turtles will be at risk for shell deformities
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    • People selling animals like that prey on people who want to “save them”. They treat the animals like shit on purpose. Best thing to do is either call the cops or ignore them. Don’t give them money.
      lacy2000 2 aug
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    • These turtles are cute while small, but they grow rapidly, are very high maintenance and quickly turn their tanks filthy.
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    • they are not a native species you will most likely end up letting then go and we will have even more of the little fuckers in the ecosystem
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    • doubt. selling in a garbage bag... but just happened to have brand new carrier perfectly suited to this task handily sitting in my car. you went to the store and bought some turtles.
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    • not big enough, no basking area.. just because it's pretty doesn't mean it's healthy
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    • They’ll get real big though so most people unfortunately can’t provide the right requirements for them as they get bigger after they pick them up off the road
      WhiteHot 2 aug
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    • These little guys are illegal in Oregon
      fakkyuu 2 aug
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    • Anyone want a straw?
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    • Grind Me Down - Lillian Wilde you’re welcome
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    • This is George
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    • This is ignoring the fact that red-eared sliders get HUGE and live for a very long time, along with what everyone else is saying in the comments. That was probably a stupid move and they'll end up dying because you dont know how to take care of them
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    • Red eared sliders are so cute
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    • They need to bask omg they might fucking die
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    • I’m glad that the lil fellers are safe
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    • They do that in Los Angeles in the santee alley market and it’s fucked up!! Good man to save those little dudes🤙🏼🤙🏼
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    • Quick story: When I was 7, I had one of these. It never grew. Stayed about 1.5 inches long. Then years later, I gave it my friend when she moved to Oklahoma, and it grew to over a foot long. AND layed eggs.
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    • Also make sure they get plenty of UVB light!
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    • I bought two of those in NYC once when I was young. Took really good care of them and gave them a good life. One died a couple of years later then the other one stopped eating and died after the first one was gone. Named them Drake and Josh. RIP Drake and Josh
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    • Like, it's great you did that, but that's not a proper turtle habitat they were put in 😕
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    • It's illegal to sell red earred sliders under 4" in most states I'm pretty sure. May be a federal thing, but I know for a fact it's illegal in Oklahoma
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    • When you see something like that, it is most likely illegal. Good job to the guy who bought them, but the best thing to do is call animal control or someone to report it afterwards.
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    • this setup is bad, they need a place to bask on dry land and a filter or they’ll get shell rot
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    • I hate people. They’re cruel and selfish. Animals deserve better than that.
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    • My turtle
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    • They gonna get shell rot bud, give them a space completely above water. they also need a heat lamp, there reptiles, they need to bask in heat to regulate their blood temp
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    • you need a specific type of lamp for them
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    • Save the turtles
      bubbels 2 aug
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    • You need filter, and a head lamp that is directly hitting them or sun light. They need light to survive
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    • Song?
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    • You basically funded her trafficking operation.
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    • Like for turtle love
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    • Theyll eat live goldfish. I used to have one, she was a menace.
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    • So sick
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    • Aww baby turbles !
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    • Grind me down by Liliana Wilde
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    • This was probably a last minute thing, I’m sure he fixed mistakes
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    • I did the same exact thing two months ago; crush and squirt are still going strong 💪🏽
      Zam40 4 aug
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    • My family got two of those little dudes on a road trip. My brother dropped one and made it stupid. It wouldn't do anything except swim around in circles
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    • Now this is a feature
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    • Bruh this dood has had those turtles for two years...what type caption is dat
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