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I had 4 baby turtle and two baby red in the same tank before. At the beginning, the turtle tried to bite the prianha but never could catch them so later the turtle get tired of it and ignor the pir. But couple days later, all my baby turtle had a miss tail, cos the piraha ate their when the turtle taking rest on the top of the water.:rasp:
 

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I had put some rock in the tank for my my turtle but the point is the piranha is much faster than the trutle and the piranha can attacked them any time and the turtle is too slow to react to the piranha attack.
 

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Can turtles be housed in Piranhas?? Yes..

Who would be the predatory?? All depends on the size..

Would this be possible for a long period of time, regarding that I provide hiding places for the turtles? No.. As your Ps get bigger, they'll likely to become more territorial in the tank. Bigger Ps mean bigger appetites and as most would P hobbyists know... most nothing can be housed inside a P tank.
 

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not a good idea turtles are messy and smelly and need a dry land at times. why waste a good p-set up with a turtle. get more p's,.. imo
 

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xufury said:
I had 4 baby turtle and two baby red in the same tank before. At the beginning, the turtle tried to bite the prianha but never could catch them so later the turtle get tired of it and ignor the pir. But couple days later, all my baby turtle had a miss tail, cos the piraha ate their when the turtle taking rest on the top of the water.:rasp:
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you are a idiot.
 
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