Florida Softshells make very good community turtles. They will often bury in sand with just their head exposed waiting to surprise a fish. They’re excellent swimmers and do well in mostly water tanks, with plants and other under water objects. They quickly settle in and will swim about their tanks as much as most fish.
Florida Softshells quickly learn to come to feeding and will liven up any tank. They will take pellets, fish, worms, meat snails and crayfish. Once four to five inches, they also make good pond turtles in summer months or warmer climates.
Each year, we save the prettiest of thousands of Florida Soft Shelled Turtles for you.
Our juveniles are nicely priced for group set ups.