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Today marks 10.5 years with my human! To celebrate, here is a look back at my 10th birthday party in July. My human made me a cake and got me giant candles! You can watch me eat my cake and see lots more photos right here.

My human and I don’t know exactly when my hatchday is, so we celebrate the day I adopted my human. I still had my egg tooth when that happened, so my party day isn’t far off from my real hatchday.

P.S. If you are wondering how I am still so small after 10 years of chomping my human’s fingers, I have a metabolic growth disorder, probably genetic. I am growing, just much much slower than a normal turtle. It is another way that I am extra special!

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Tetra 77253 ReptoMin PLUS Floating Food Sticks, 3.7-Ounce

This diet offers all of the advantages of the market-leading reptomin sticks, with the addition of protein-rich shrimp bites. The bright red bites are made with the finest quality shrimp and krill, adding variety and appetite appeal. Beautiful foil label elements highlight this premium food offering.

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  • Nutritious Floating Sticks With Shrimp Bites for All Aquatic Turtles, Newts and Frogs
  • The bright red bites are made with the finest quality shrimp and krill, adding variety and appetite appeal
  • Beautiful foil label elements highlight this premium food offering

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Tetra ReptoMin Sticks Reptile Food, 10.5-Ounce

Tetra ReptoMin Sticks Reptile Food, 10.5-Ounce

Tetra ReptoMin Sticks Reptile Food, 10.5-Ounce

  • A floating food stick for all aquatic turtles, newts, and frogs
  • Vitamin and calcium enriched
  • ReptoMin is a protein rich, scientifically formulated food
  • ReptoMin is available in a variety of package sizes

A long-standing favorite among breeders and pet turtle enthusiasts alike, ReptoMin is a floating food stick for all water turtles, amphibians, and…

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