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One that can swim, I hope.
As I'm sure you're aware, it's a turtle and not a tortoise.
A very nice looking turtle, too.
Sorry. I have no idea as to the species.
You'll need to know if it is purely aquatic so that you'll know if you need some dry land for it to climb out and bask and I'm pretty sure that that barb swimming in there with it could be it's first meal.
No worries, Dan. Glad to help. They will tuck in against the vegetation in the tank, or like you said, find a nice quiet corner or amongst some branches and sleep then. Generally, they are going to sleep at night, but they are babies so they may take some little catnaps during the day, or sleep while they are comfortable basking.
It's got lots of solid info in it. (you don't have to get it from that particular site- just wanted to give you the title/author). There is also a good companion book on the short necks by the same fellow, if you are interested in the short necks.