Thanks I have some reading to do. Maybe they won't want to care for it and I can take over. HeheheMore from my notes...
Sternotherus odoratus - Common Musk Turtle; Stinkpot
Males avg 3" | Females up to 4"
Max SCL 5.4"
Well, if you decide you want one, there are a number of turtle breeders in South Florida with captive bred stinkpots. If you wait until an expo, you can pick one out for yourself. There will be plenty of common musk turtles, mud turtles, and similar species available in Daytona in August. That's where I got my three-striped mud turtles, Bold and Pinstripe, last year.I have not talked to them in a few weeks. Meaning I haven't been to church for 2 weeks
Not sure what they have done with the turtle.