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Posted by: varanid at Sun May 2 09:19:42 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by varanid ]  
   

I'm about 1/3 through getting my pond dug out. I'm building it for a red ear slider that my wife bought me as an ill considerded gift years ago. The pond'll be a six foot circular stock tank sunk into the ground. I was wondering if it was safe to keep mud turtles in an outside pond like that? We get the yellow mud up here naturally. I was just worried that the water might be too deep since I've heard muds like shallower water.
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