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Baltimore terrapin

Description: This terrapin was found as a "stray" in December. She's being adopted this week.

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User: Katrina (see all of Katrina's photos)
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Date: 03/20/06
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TeRrApInBoY1

Registered: 10/2006
Location: Maryland
Photos Uplaoded: 38
Comments Left: 0
I love reptiles i have 7 and i try to meke the most authentic tank for al of my animals

no no no no if u ever find anouther 1 give it to the terrapin instuite for info they have a web sight
10-14-2006 05:32PM View TeRrApInBoY1's Profile View TeRrApInBoY1's Gallery  

Katrina

Registered: 09/2002
Location: Maryland
Photos Uplaoded: 16
Comments Left: 0

I know who the Terrapin Institute is. However, my group has a letter of authority from the Maryland DNR to find homes for non-releasable native turtles. We don't know if this animal was kept with other reptiles (in fact, it's very possible that she was exposed to non-native turtles at the animal shelter before she went into rescue, as there were other turtles at the shelter and they didn't know much about turtles). In cases like this, it's better for native populations if the turtle is not released.

Katrina
10-14-2006 06:54PM View Katrina's Profile Visit Katrina's Homepage! View Katrina's Gallery  

TeRrApInBoY1

Registered: 10/2006
Location: Maryland
Photos Uplaoded: 38
Comments Left: 0
I love reptiles i have 7 and i try to meke the most authentic tank for al of my animals

o ok in that case r u lookin for aneyhomes for turtles cuz i ill take them
12-22-2006 04:18PM View TeRrApInBoY1's Profile View TeRrApInBoY1's Gallery  

Katrina

Registered: 09/2002
Location: Maryland
Photos Uplaoded: 16
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You can visit www.matts.petfinder.com to learn more and then e-mail matts_adoptions@hotmail.com to request an application. I've been doing adoptions almost eight years - it's not just one or two turtles, trust me. There are lots of groups and individuals out there helping reptiles.
12-22-2006 08:13PM View Katrina's Profile Visit Katrina's Homepage! View Katrina's Gallery  

TeRrApInBoY1

Registered: 10/2006
Location: Maryland
Photos Uplaoded: 38
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I love reptiles i have 7 and i try to meke the most authentic tank for al of my animals

ok well do u have aney male red aresd sliders
12-26-2006 09:22PM View TeRrApInBoY1's Profile View TeRrApInBoY1's Gallery  

Katrina

Registered: 09/2002
Location: Maryland
Photos Uplaoded: 16
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We have one 4.5" male slider - he's an unusual color, too, and with extra scutes. He's at www.matts.petfinder.com
12-30-2006 12:26AM View Katrina's Profile Visit Katrina's Homepage! View Katrina's Gallery