Animal Stories - Florida Box Turtle


Animal-World Information about: Florida Box Turtle

   The Florida Box Turtle is not only distinct in its appearance from the other eastern box turtles, but is also basically endemic to Florida!
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Andrea - 2011-11-22
I have a female fl. box turtle Named RoadKill :)) I finally today got her to eat salad pieces and lettuce (sorry if spelled wrong:) I had no clue how to take care of her or even what kind of turtle RoadKill was But I did A LOT of reseach and is a perfect owner of fl. Box turtles (but I'm more of a frog person :p)

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mike - 2012-07-04
Looking for a female florida box turtle

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  • Gelacio Gonzalez - 2012-10-17
    Translation 'I have females that have been breeding in my yard, I need a male that change per adult female or small turtles'



    Tengo hembras que han tenido cría en mi patio, necesito un macho que cambio por hembra adulta o pequeñas tortugas.
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JENNIFER - 2012-01-16
I'm in need of a female fl. box turtle. help! =)

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  • Gelacio Gonzalez - 2012-09-22
    Jennifer: I have terrapene carolina bauri female, I need a male, we can change.
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Psycodic Angel - 2010-07-23
I just found a very fiesty Florida Box Turtle in my yard. It hissed at me! LOL pretty though.

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  • PAT - 2011-12-30
    IF YOU FIND A FEMALE LET ME KNOW ILL TRADE A MALE
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trish - 2011-08-23
I've had a male FL box turtle since March in my backyard...wondering if he's lonely for a playmate? Please contact if you find a friend to join him! No $$

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Pam - 2011-08-21
I found a baby Fl. box turtle today while working in my yard. I have 2 aquatic red eared sliders I've had for almost 20 years, but do not know anything about box turtles...HELP! It's sooo tiny, about the size of a quarter. I was thinking to take it to a turtle rescue tomorrow but do not know how to care for it overnight. My daughter-in-law said I should put it back where I found it, but I cut down a gigantic bush that it was underneath and now I'm afraid a snake or bird may eat it, (as it's sooo small).

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-22
    It has been overnight so obviously you figured out a way to care for it. You can just take it to a rehabilitator - they would know what to do and where it can be released.
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Arthur - 2011-05-22
We have several Eastern box turtles but I got my first Florida box turtle today. Swapped a man down the road for a male. Can't wait to see my grandsons face for this one!!!

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-05-22
    Good for you. Gee, my grandson - he wanted a monkey. My daughter said she would shoot me. Not fair.
  • BOWIE ZIEHM - 2011-08-13
    HELLO ARTHUR

    PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME ,I REALLY WANT TO HAVE TO BUY A BOX TURTLE 2 MALE AND FEMELLE BABY .
    I LEAVE IN COCONUT GROVE MIAMI FLORIDA .
    YOU CAN CALL ME TO .
    305 804 43 43 .
    THANK YOU VERY MUCH .
    BOWIE
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Fred Hart - 2010-07-28
I saw two turtles with long claws that looked like the Florida box turtle. They were in a man made lake in Amarillo, Texas. Long way from Florida.

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Peers - 2010-06-23
Texas? Bah. We just found a florida box turtle in Moorhead, Minnesota. We're thinking of seeing if the local zoo will take it in... it's definitely not native here.

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fox - 2010-04-19
We just found a florida box turtle in HOUSTON TEXAS!

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