Spotted Turtle

Spotted Turtle

Spotted turtles are omnivorous (eats both animal and plant foods) and feeds primarily underwater. Spotted turtles are active all day long in early spring. The sex of the hatchling is determined by nest temperature at specific times during the incubation period. Cooler temperatures produce males and warmer temperatures produce females.

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Catering at the Zoo



  • Banded Archerfish
  • Banggai Cardinal
  • Bluegill
  • Blue Line Snapper
  • Copperband Butterfly Fish
  • Copper Rockfish
  • Dusky Batfish
  • False Percula Clownfish
  • Firefish Goby
  • French Grunt
  • Fuzzy Dwarf Lionfish
  • Giant Hawkfish
  • Green Spotted Puffer
  • Hippo Tang
  • Large Mouth Bass
  • Leatherjacket Filefish
  • Long Horned Cowfish
  • Lookdown
  • Magnificent Foxface Rabbitfish
  • Orange Banded Pipefish
  • Orchid Dottyback
  • Panther Grouper
  • Peacock Clownfish
  • Porcupine Puffer
  • Pumpkinseed Sunfish
  • Rock Bass
  • Quillback Rockfish
  • Sergeant Major
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Splendid Garden Eels
  • Spotted Garden Eels
  • Vlamingii Tang
  • White Perch
  • White-Spotted Bamboo Shark
  • Yellow Perch
  • Yellow Tang

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