Other exciting species that belongs to the reptile class are turtles that are also kept as a pet. Turtles are not low maintenance or easy to handle. Most commonly found turtles are red-eared sliders that are pretty messy, get large with time, and long-lived also need the proper exposure to ultraviolet light. If you are up for providing all the necessary living requirements to turtles and taking care of them as a pet you can go for them. The most concerning thing about keeping turtles as a pet is their dietary intake, which should be given extra care depending on their environmental behavior.
Turtles spend some of their time in water and on land, and far as keeping turtle as a pet is concerned, you should give them some space for spending their time in the water. Turtles naturally acquire webbed feet and are omnivores, which also make their water life easier.
Turtle diet includes a wide range of things that will be easily found, i.e., crickets, worms, fishes, vegetables, and pellets. Turtles can grow up to 11 inches long and can easily live for 30 years or more