I have a rather fine set-up with five different species of turtles in my home. I am zoologist, and I attempt to keep them in as natural a setting as possible. Because the environment is well set up, it does not need very much care, but it is time for me to move on, and I must find a new home for them.
These are not just red-eared sliders I bought on an overpass or in a plastic tub in Jingkelong; two of them were really quite expensive (around Protected content each). Two of the others have been with me for a very long time and at least three times they were when I bought them. The biggest of the five is around 4 inches and the smallest... Well, he’s small.
I am not just going to let them go to someone who does not know what they are doing. You must already keep some turtles, in good condition, and you must be able to satisfy me that you will care for them well. If you have never kept aquatic turtles before, then I expect you to have some knowledge of herpetology or care of exotics.