Turtles, like most reptiles, lay eggs so they are never pregnant.
I live in Florida and have severial species of turles, in my experience with turtles and rain are the following
Most water turtles stay submerged when a storm is coming or overhead, I have watched this behavoir in my pond over the past severial years, I'm asuming this is to protect them selves from and lighting and flying / falling debre as their head are above water (exposed)
After the rain have passed,
-Some are leaving for slower moving water (rain increase the flow of most lakes, creeks, rivers
-Males are in pursut of a mating partner
-females are in pursut of a mating partner
-females will move about after a good ran so they can find a safe none flooded area to lay eggs (the eggs will drown if they get submerged in a poodle)
-do not forget that water turtle prefere to stay wet, moving around after a rain helps with this problem
-water turtles can not swallow with the ad of water to help take the food down the throat, after a rain all is wet
a boy turtle and a girl turtle who seem to like each other
it's not that simple. the female must be ovulating and both must be in good health and similar size/age. they may need to be the same or similar species, but im not really sure. i wouldn't attempt breeding until you've researched it or know what you're doing
how big can a snapping turtle get?
The common snapper can reach 50-80 lbs. and can live 40-50 years attaining a carapace size of 18'. That is correct!
I have a terrarium with two red eared sliders, and 2 fire bellied toads along with many fish and other aquatic animals. I was wondering the same question. I have had mine living in a 100 gallon tank with my turtles for about a month now and they seem to get along. In fact, today the frogs were hanging onto the shell of my turtle enjoying a nice little ride. As far as I can tell, as long as there is plenty of food in your tank for the turtles to eat and not think of your frogs as prey they should be fine, but like I said I'm not sure.