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Hey animal and turtle lovers. It is Turtle Time! Sadly, my aquarium filter finally kicked the bucket. So now my pet turtles need a new filter. I test out the Fluval U4. Is it the best underwater aquarium filter for pet turtles?

During my test, I share a simple hack tip for saving money on carbon cartridges. Also, in this episode, have you ever seen a Cat Turtle?

Check out my latest turtle video!

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Thank you for watching. Enjoy!

The following gear are used in my video:
Fluval U4 Underwater Filter
Zoo Med Reptisafe Water Conditioner
Dr. Turtle Slow Release Calcium Block
Python Pro-Clean Gravel Washer and Siphon Kit, Large
Zoo Med ReptiSafe Water Conditioner (8.75)
Fluker Farms Repta Clamp Lamp Ceramic 8.5″
MacCourt 26-inch wide x 7-inch deep, 9 gallon Plantainer Pond
Bucket
Inomata Japanese Plastic Basin Tub
Sony RX100
Panasonic HC-V770 HD Camcorder
GoPro Hero 8

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Even though pet turtles are happy swimming, eating and sunbathing, being in an aquarium may get monotonous for your pet turtle. So how about stimulating the turtle’s mind and body by making it work for its food? In this simple challenge, I let my turtle solve a puzzle to get some green leaf lettuce that is just out of reach. An eager turtle is amusing to watch. Check out my video and enjoy!

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The following are used in my video:
Inomata Japanese Plastic Basin Tub
Fluker Farms Repta Clamp Lamp Ceramic 8.5″
Fluval Underwater Filter
Sony RX100
Panasonic HC-V800 HD Camcorder
GoPro Hero 8 Black

When it is near the time to refresh the aquarium water, one of the favorite routines for my pet turtles is when I give them a feast of different foods. It’s like a buffet for the turtles including pellets, superworms, lettuce and nightcrawlers. For changing the water afterwards, I use a rounded water basin which is perfect for emptying the tank. That is, if you don’t have a siphoning set up.

My cat joins in on the action, and helps me care for the turtles too!
Check out fun turtle (and cat) my video!

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The following are used in my video:
Zoo Med Natural Aquatic Turtle Food, 45-Ounce
Inomata Japanese Plastic Basin Tub
Aquarium Double Sided Sponge Brush
Fluker Farms Repta Clamp Lamp Ceramic 8.5″
Fluval Underwater Filter
Sony RX100
Panasonic Hc-V800 HD Camcorder
GoPro Hero8 Black

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