If its a baby he needs alot more protein than when he grows up. Meat and fish he'll definetly adore.But the key is to vary it up.Small earth worms, crickets, chopped night crawlers, black worms, tubifex worms, small freeze dried krill, wax worms, and feeder guppies can all be offered to meet their carnivorous cravings.Collard greens, turnip greens, dandelion greens, mustard greens, romaine lettuce, red lettuce, kale, aquatic plants,and other greens should be offered daily although he may not touch them-he'll just have to get used to snacking on them between tastier feedings
. Occasionally shredded carrot or sweet potato can also be offered. Ice berg lettuce, spinach, and rhubarb leaves should not be offered often or at all because their not very nutritious.
Ummmm, names-try this site i found: http://www.20000-names.com/pet_names_reptile.htm
and see if there's any you like. I like exotic names for my turts.
Jabori is actually spelled 'Jabari'- but I switched the vowel for myself,pronounced the same- which is a Swahili name meaning 'valiant'.
Stumpy Jabora was my second turt and he came to me as a neglected pet from a bad owner somehow his paw is missing ALL nails making him 'stumpy' and the Jabora part came from playing around the letters in Jabori's name and I came up with 'Jabora' but upon searching I found Jabora is a small place in Brazil...So choose a name that feels right for you and your little one. Im sure once you find a name you won't be disappointed with your new friend!