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"My name is Natalie, and just a little over a week ago my family and I caught a red eared slider laying its eggs (3-4 we think) in our front yard. We have several stray cats and other wild animals in our neighborhood and the nearest pond is more than a third of a mile from our house. My sister and I fear for the eggs in that something might happen to them or that the babies might not live for long when they hatch. Our mom is considering letting us keep them when they hatch (so long as we take care of them and put a home together for them), so this website is very helpful in getting prepaired for the babies to hatch. That and we didn't know what kind of turtle it was until I found this site."

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