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RE: Common Musk Turtle

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Posted by: batrachos at Tue Apr 1 11:31:03 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by batrachos ]  
   

I have always just used a largeish rock or piece of driftwood as a basking area. I don't see why cork bark wouldn't work, though.

Plants generally don't last long in turtle tanks. If you're willing to replant now and again after your turtle eats or digs up your plant, then go for it. You don't need mud in the bottom of the tank, just plant it right in the gravel; it will get nutrients from the turtle's waste.


   

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