Question made self-evident by the answer:
Note: His neck is more than half the length of his shell.
How big will he get?
Unclear, considering how small he still is. Red-eared sliders normally grow to 8-13 inches (8-10 in for males, 10-13 in for females) and have a life expectancy of ~30 years.
How do you know Lunchbox is a he?
I don’t know for sure because he’s so small. But I’m pretty sure Lunchbox is a male based on the positioning of his cloaca (beyond the edge of the carapace), shape of his head (getting pointier), length and thickness of his tail (relatively long and thick), concavity of his plastron (males generally have concave plastrons, and females generally have convex ones), and overall size (smaller than the other turtles I’ve had).
What’s Lunchbox’s favorite liquor?
Sorry to disappoint, folks, but unlike some of his cousins, Lunchbox is a teetotaler. As far as I know.
Your question not answered here?
Ask away! Comments section below, email, carrier pigeon–I like talking about Lunchbox and turtles in general, in case that isn’t obvious. But non-turtle questions are also welcome. :)