Evil Queen Janet and Good King Big Guy

Marie Terry

Brandon, United States

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They have these titles for a reason. When we first got Big Guy he was the size of a half dollar. He was raised in a tank. Held and hand fed a lot. He is very gentle. Janet on the other hand was in a tank for a very short time. She was still tiny when she was rescued and I was going to leave her in Big Guy’s tank for awhile. Since he had moved to the luxury suite (pond). But Janet was attacking the couple of fish in the tank. She was a little meanie. She was thrown into the pond quick.

She also grew very fast…unlike Big Guy. In the pond Big Guy was still his kind, gentle self. Janet what a beast. Neither of the turtles will eat the live bearing minnows in the pond. Neither will the 2 Oscars we bought for that purpose. But throw a cricket in there! Once the Oscars have grabbed their fill, and they are not afraid of the turtles, Janet finishes the crickets off as fast as she can get them. Poor Big Guy…the fish steal from him…Janet steals from him…Janet will even chase Big Guy down and grab an unfinished morsel right out of his mouth.

Thus the titles.

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