Hi there, My Eastern long-necked turtle is starting to shed some of its scutes and the shell underneath is a very different colour to the rest of its shell (much whiter). I've done some browsing but I can't find anything specifically that says whether this may be a problem? The scutes have come off in one clean piece. Can anyone advise whether this is normal or if something may be wrong? The shell is still firm. The turtle was growing too fast but we've slowed it's feeding. It's tank is outside (undercover balcony) and has UVB light on tank. Have just checked the water level and there is a bit of ammonia (0.25 per million) so we'll fix that (our feeding fish have bred and we probably now need to get rid of some of them). Turtle is almost 3 years old... Any advice or tips would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!