For many years, I have lived with a pet turtle swimming in my yard. I have even named it the WonderPet, which means the turtle is a pet and you can’t get rid of it. Over the years, I have watched it grow and thrive, and I have watched it die. For as long as I can remember, I have never watched a turtle die of natural causes.
Even though we can’t always prevent natural causes, we can at least prevent unnatural ones. In the case of the turtle, it’s been caused by something called the “death loop.” It’s when a turtle is unable to recover from a natural death. The death loop can be caused by a wide range of things from predators to toxic toxins. The only way for us to stop it is to turn the turtle into a pet.
If you’ve watched a turtle die, chances are pretty high that you were probably bitten by a sea creature and you might have been eaten. Because of this, turtle owners are required to be on a strict diet. To prevent the death loop, turtle owners are required to feed their pets a diet of two types of turtle meat: bone and shell. The bone meat is the most popular diet choice, but the majority of people use the shell. However the two types of meat are completely different.
The shell consists of a hard, white shell that makes it difficult to digest and a soft, spongy layer that provides it with a lot of vitamins and helps it to stay alive. The bone meat consists of a harder, leathery layer that can’t be digested. The shell, bone and meat are all mixed together to form a soft, non-digestible mass. All of this is why turtles can’t survive as pets.
Why? Because of the shells. The shell makes it hard to digest, and the soft, non-digestible mass would hinder the turtle’s digestion or the turtle’s ability to digest the meat. The soft mass would also cause the turtle to choke while eating. The shells are also the main reason that sea turtles cannot live as pets. If you were to ask a turtle to eat a shell you would get a shell-shaped hole in your mouth.
In a way, turtle pets are similar to dogs and cats. They need to digest and absorb the soft, non-digestible mass before they can survive as a pet. That’s why turtles cannot live as pets as they are unable to digest the soft mass. Turtles can be trained to take in the soft mass, but the soft mass has to be completely absorbed into a turtle’s digestive system to be able to survive as a pet.
As I’ve mentioned before, turtles are in danger of extinction due to the increasing number of pet turtles dying every day. With the current population of turtle pets in the wild, it’s inevitable that the average turtle will die every 30 minutes (just another way to make math easier). Turtles can be trained to live as pets, but they have to be trained to eat for a whole day.
Why would anyone want to train their pet to eat for a whole day? It seems like an easy task to do, and it would be fairly simple (or cheap) to do it. But then what happens? Well, you know that turtle is going to eat for the day, but what happens if your turtle eats all of the food in your house (and the food you feed it) and then it runs away.
This is a bit of a tricky one. Turtle food is so tasty, and it would be so easy to train it to eat anything. And who wants to have a pet with no food or water? If you have a pet that is hungry, it will eat a lot of other things (not to mention it will probably die a lot too). But what if your turtle had a pet that was trained to always eat for the day? Then it would just sit there and eat all day long.
This is an idea that is surprisingly difficult to find in today’s society, but we are pretty sure that’s what a “wonder pet” is. We’ve done some research and found very few really great examples of this (we’ve got some, but only for our own dogs).