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        Red-Eared Slider

        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        Red-Eared Slider #1

        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        Red-Eared Slider #2

        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        Red-Eared Slider #3

        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        Red-Eared Slider #6

        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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        The red-eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is native to the southern United States. However, this turtle can now be found all over the U.S. and the world due to its popularity as a pet. Red-eared sliders spend most of their time in water, but they do like to sit on land or rocks in the sun.

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