Q: How many inches is a turtle?

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30 inches tall

Keeled box turtle grows to About seven inches

2000 to 3000 inches

They are often over 18 inches and can grow to be 30 inches.

A musk turtle is in the "small turtle family" the painted turtles can grow to 12 inches and have lovely personalitys,but musks only grow to about 4-5 inches and have a shy personality. I'm going to get a musk soon!!

5 inches

it would be a dwarf turtle

well it will be silly because turtles dont it other turtles they are vegiterians (plant eaters)

For a tiny, tiny baby turtle, that is just fine. But an adult turtle needs a much, much bigger tank than that. An adult turtle needs a 20-gallon tank (30 inches long and 12 inches wide).

dude it depends on the turtle!!! and a baby turtles gonna get to be the size of an adult turtle A baby turtle is about 1-3 inches. An adult turtle let's say red ear sliders are about 10 inches or bigger.

There are many different spieces of sea (marine) turtles, ranging in size from 2 to 6 feet in length. Green Sea Turtle (chelonia mydas) 36-43 inches, up to 350 pounds Hawksbill Turtle (eretmochelys imbricata) 30 - 36 inches, up to 180 pounds Kemp's Ridley (lepiodchelys kempii) 30 inches, up to 100 pounds Leatherback Sea Turtle (demochelys coriacae) up to 6 feet, over 2,000 pounds Loggerhead Sea Turtle (caretta caretta) 33-40 inches, up to 400 pounds Olive Ridley Turtle (lepiodchelys olivacaef) 24 - 30 inches, up to 100 pounds Largest turtle is the Leatherback Sea Turtle measuring 6.5 feet (2 m) and weighing 1,400 pounds (636 kg).

It is 12 inches or 30 cm.