Turtle Aquarium, Beta Aquarium and Tropical fish aquarium images:

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    Marshall Aquatic Turtle Rescue & Adoption

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    I got all the aquariums set up including 3 of the turtles who were moved into their aquarium. There are also a few images of my one beta in his tower aquarium.


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    Marshall, Aug 18, 2015
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    ZEROPILOT Faster than you are.

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    Here are my 5 rescued turtles that I got scrambling through a parking lot.
    I'll release them as soon as they are larger. The largest, a Red Eared slider, is now a resident of our fish pond.
    And some Beta tanks from babies that my wife accidentally hatched in a tiny pond.
     

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    Rajesh

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    Nice! here in my place turtle keeping as pet is banned! Turtle may carry salmonella.
     
    Rajesh, Nov 5, 2017
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    ZEROPILOT Faster than you are.

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    True.
    But there have been no know cases directly linked from tortoises to humans in the U.S.
    That said...I still use a lot of hand sanitizer. (I also keep land tortoises)
    I'm not as sure about the aquatic turtles.
    I can see how they might be more susceptible to disease from polution.
    I'm not technically "keeping" them for any length of time. Just until they have a better chance and not being immediately eaten.
    The land tortoises, Redfoot, I've had for about 20 years.
     

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    Soap and water! I’m very anti hand sanitizer, it just kills the stuff it comes in contact with, the rest move down to eat the dead and then multiply. I only use hand sanitizer when I can’t get to soap and water! But then again, I’m also the kind that has no issue eating fresh from the garden/ fresh gathered wild fruits with out a rinse, or just a light one. The way I see it, any aphids on there are protein. Being a clean fanatic just leads to a weaker immune system, better to be exposed to as much natural stuff as I can.
     
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    MitchM

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    Looks like Marshall's website is taken down.
    Too bad.
     
    MitchM, Dec 13, 2017
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