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Land turtles

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Geochelone pardalis imm. (Leopard Tortoise)

Very small Leopard Tortoise approx 3-4 inches in length on the road near Letaba rest camp, Kruger National park, South Africa.

15 Pros And Cons Of Keeping Turtles In The House

If you worry that you will not be able to devote enough time to a pet, and that the animal will be intrusive, you should get a land turtle

Tortoise and turtle shells, and potential problems | Pets4Homes

All turtles, tortoises and terrapins have shells that can vary hugely in terms of sizes, colours and shapes, but with the exception of the t

Land Turtles, or Tortoises - HowStuffWorks

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Tortoise Diets- What Do Tortoises Eat?
Turtles (Chelonia) are found in oceans, freshwater ponds, and on land. The Galapagos tortoise is the largest living species of tortoise and, like the sea turtle, is able to live well over a century. A 100% turtle fossil (Stupendemys geographicus) recently discovered in South America is the shape and size of a small car. Turtles are a truly unique kind of reptile designed with over 50 bones.
Turtles are reptiles that live on land or in the water. They come from a group called chelonians. The average lifespan of a turtle is 40 to 50 years. Some turtles can live to be 150 years old! #tortoisekeeper #sulcatatortoises #pettortoise #tortoisebaby #tortoiseearrings #tortoisetuesday #cutetortoise sea_turtles turtles_as_pets turtle_facts turtles_endangered where_do_turtles_live
Yes, sharks are capable of eating turtles. A sea turtle's shell is softer than a land turtle's, making it easy for sharks and whales to break it during an attack. Furthermore, sea turtles can't fully retract their heads inside their shells like land turtles do, making them even more vulnerable. In such a rare occurrence that they survive an attack, they are very unlikely to survive since their heads are exposed.