WE HAVE PARADOX ALBINO RED EAR SLIDER TURTLES FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:
Trachemys scripta elegans
Roughly 2 – 2.5 Inches In Shell Length
Grown-ups Will Average In Sizes Of 10+ Inches
Insatiable Feeders Devouring Pellets, Krill, Crickets, And Greens
The Amazing Colors On This Rare Animal Will Keep You Intrigued For The Long Term
Beginning From Northern And Central America Ranging From The East Coast To Texas From Illinois To The Gulf Of Mexico
Far-reaching Turtle Living In A Variety Of Climates But Sticking To Slow Moving Rivers, Humid Habitats, And Hot Temperatures
With Proper Care, These Can Live 20+ Years In Captivity
MORE INFO ON THIS NEW MORPH:
A totally new transformation!
Catch 22 Albinos are not connected with Snows, Leubinos, Caramels or Charcoals – yet envision what you could make by assembling every one of their qualities! As grown-ups, they are yellow/white or Lime, with a couple to many dark Pinto-like blotches all over them – a couple of even have a few typical hints of green markings – like irregular drops of paint on a material – each is one of a kind – and insane to check out…
As hatchlings, this new transform’s eyes have the blue iris like a Caramel, yet with an exceptionally huge shining red student – more like snow – clarifying that their change is a type of albinism …
At the point when hatchlings shut their eyes, you can plainly see the shining red student and iris, directly through their eyelids – as though their eyes were as yet open (as grown-ups, their eyes obscure up – yet consistently show pale skinned person red in daylight). Hatchling’s heads, appendages, and skin is all exceptionally straightforward and under a delicate 40-watt light their delicate parts really gleam (see the top photograph). At the point when they first lid, their shells and skin are delicate yellow and light pink – in half a month completely characterized designs created and some even have hints of blue/dark or green color haphazardly show up on their carapaces and plastrons (Paradox) recommending much more prospects on their hereditary utility belts. As they develop, they have little to enormous dark – and at times typical green shaded markings all around their shells and skin – some even foster a lime pale skinned person tone…
There have now been a few first breedings with non Paradox RES that have created incubating Paradox – so the quality is plainly prevailing.
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