The Right Way or the Easy Way
My girlfriend recently got turtles because she didn’t want someone from work to just release them into a random pond. They are red sliders and supposedly aren’t native to this area. They come from the south. A veterinarian friend told her that they would either starve, die of disease, or thrive and take over the pond entirely. Either way something bad would be happening for one creature or another. So now she has a turtle tank in her room. Unfortunately the filter is broken. It makes sounds as if it is working, but the dirty water and waterless waterfall say otherwise. She ends up having to clean it every two days. It’s quite a hassle to have to do this and a new filter isn’t quite in her budget yet. She’s put them up for adoption to try to get them to another home instead of being tossed aside into the nearest body of water, but that could take a while.
There are always choices to make and ways to do things. There’s a right way and a wrong (but sometimes easier) way. Obviously in this case, just letting the turtles go into any random pond would be considered the wrong, but easier way to do things. I’m sure many people do this and it might just be that most people don’t know that turtles might have trouble surviving in these settings due to them being raised in captivity. Turtles do live in ponds naturally anyway, so it’s not too obvious. Adoption by a new owner seemed to be the acceptable method. A designated turtle haven might work as well.
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