Baby Saw Shelled Turtle
They are thought to have been introduced to Lake Eacham in the Atherton Tablelands. Other common English names are: serrated snapping turtle or common sawshell turtle.
- Elseya latisternum
- Captive Bred
- Approximately 2 – 2.5 Inches In Shell Length
- Beautifully Patterned Saw Shaped Shell
- Feeding On Turtle Pellets, Dried Shrimp And Small Crickets Regularly
WE HAVE BABY SAW SHELLED TURTLE FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:
The Baby Saw Shelled Turtle for sale (Baby Saw Shell Turtle), Myuchelys latisternum, is a species of turtle in the Chelidae family endemic to Australia, ranging along rivers and streams and connected swamps and lagoons from coastal Cape York Peninsula to northern New South Wales, with populations also noted as far south as Newcastle – (Williams River Catchment site of the former Tilligra Dam).
- Naturally Occurring In Australia Ranging From Cape York To Newcastle
- Adults Are Averaging Around 7 – 11 Inches In Shell Length
- With Proper Care These Turtles Can Live 20 – 25+ Years In Captivity
- Highly Aquatic Turtles Living The Majority Of Their Lives In Slow Moving Streams And Still Ponds Or Lakes