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The Colombian Redfoot Tortoise often gets mistaken for a Yellowfoot Tortoise, when it is definitely not. Just like Redfoots from Brazil (cherryheads) tend to have a very bright red coloration, Redfoots in Colombia tend to have a very yellow coloration. They are beautiful and tend to stay on the smaller side at around 10 inches. These are 2.5 to 3 months old are growing and really thriving. These captive born hatchlings are seen available often! So don’t miss out.
These little hatchlings are 1.5- 2 months old. Feeding on a variety of greens, cactus, hibiscus leaves, weeds and Mazuri tortoise diet(original). Eastern Hermanns tortoises are one of the smaller species. Adult eastern Hermanns range from 5-7 inches. They are hardy and an ideal tortoise for someone living in a region with a lot of winter months. In the wild these tortoises go into brumation during the winter. A state similar to hibernation. This is not necessary in captivity.
Although the majority succeed with a hatchling some get nervous taking on a tortoise that is around a month old. So we hold back some to about 4-5 months old and off the well started hatchling. They’re less fragile and past those critical first 2 months of life. These well started hatchlings are feeding on a variety of greens, cactus, mazuri, etc. Eastern Hermanns tortoises are one of the smaller species. Usually ranging from 6-7 inches. Hermanns tortoises are an awesome species!
These hatchlings are two months old and ready to go. The Brazilian Cherryhead is one of the most popular localities of the Redfoot tortoise. Redfoot tortoises are found all over South America and have a variety of color and size. The ones found in Brazil tend to be slightly smaller usually maxing out at 10 inches and keep the red head. Hence the name “Cherryhead”. Average size is 8-10 inch shell length.
The Radiated tortoise is critically endangered species native to Madagascar and is considered to be a medium size tortoise. Reaching sizes of 13-16 inches. These are 6 months old, have put on a bit of size and are absolutely thriving. They have some beautiful yellow pattern. These are only available for purchase to residents of the state of Florida.
Beautiful captive born juvenile Eastern Hermanns. They are eating like crazy, thriving and are ready for breeding in 1-2 years. Reaching only 6-7 inches, E. Hermanns make great pet tortoises, kept inside or outside. Hermanns are very versatile doing well inside in the northern USA or outside in the southern USA.
These Redfoot hatchlings are roughly 1.5 months old. Great color and thriving. My personal favorite species of tortoise. They are full of personality, very hardy and usually reach max size at around 12-13 inches. The Redfoot tortoise is a very popular species in the reptile community.
Pictured above you can see the size difference between a hatchling next to a well started hatchling. These 3-4 month old Redfoots are well past the fragile stages that can come along with a newborn hatchling.
These are 7 inch captive born Amazon basin Yellowfoot Tortoises imported from a small zoo/farm in Peru. I’ve imported from them 3 years in a row. They are bulkier than the typical Yellowfoots. Adult average size is 19-21 inches. Chowing down on any greens, fruits, opuntia cactus and mazuri in sight. These captive born farm raised Yellowfoots will get big. Export of wild caught Yellowfoots has been closed and not many people are producing them in the USA which is causing demand to go up.
These hatchlings are 2 months old and absolutely thriving! Pardalis babcocki leopards are the smaller of the “Locales” of leopard tortoise. Reaching an average size of 12-15 inches. Feeding on a large assortment of greens-romaine, collards, turnips, etc. weeds, hibsicus leaves and flowers as well as opuntia cactus.
These beautiful little Leopard tortoise are very well started at 4 months old and absolutely thriving. They have put on some nice size already. They are feeding on a high green diet along with mazuri tortoise diet. Don’t miss out! The Babcocki Leopards are the smaller locale reaching an average size of 12-15 inches. Average being about 13 inches. If you want a hatchling that is far past the fragile first couple months of life then this is a good choice!
These beautiful Leopard tortoises are 4 inch shell length and over one year old. Hatched December 2022. Do you want a head start or worried about raising a young Leopard Tortoise, then this is the option for you. These were temp sexed female. Really nice shell growth and chowing on lots of greens, cactus pads, etc!
Ceram Asian Box Turtles are a locale of Asian box turtle native to the Ceram Island near Indonesia. Like most box turtles they love swamp land and shallow water. Care is similar to most box turtles. These stay small, 6-7 inches is average adult size. Feeding on mazuri turtle diet, meal and super worms, fruits, etc.
There is nothing cooler then an albino turtle! The pink belly side neck turtle is already a very popular in the hobby. They don’t get too large, making them a desirable pet fully aquatic turtle. Average size is 8-9 inches.
Elongated tortoises are very underrated tortoises that aren’t recognized for how cool they are. Native to Southeast Asia they average around 11-12 inches, similar to the Redfoot tortoise. Similar diet they love greens, fruits, cactus pads, mazuri and some natural protein. These hatchlings are 2 months old and doing great!
The Yellowfoot tortoise shares the same native range and is often mistaken for the Redfoot tortoise. Reaching size of 12 to 13 inches…similar to the Redfoot tortoise. These 2 month old hatchlings are eating greens, fruit and mazuri.
The three toe box turtle is native to the south central region of the United States. Like all species of box turtles they stay small, around 5 inches. They are full of personality and make great pets. They get there name from usually having only 3 toes on there rear feet. Feeding on mazuri turtle diet, super worms, crickets, reptomin pellets and more!
Bumese star tortoises are a critically endangered medium size tortoise. Average size is 9-12 inches. These are the largest and hardiest of the star tortoises. They do very well in captivity. These well started hatchlings are 6-7 months old and absolutely thriving. Well past the fragile first couple months of life. Nice smooth growth and beautiful thick yellow banding on the shells.
These hatchlings are 2 months old and thriving. Feeding on reptomin and mazuri turtle diet. The Spotted Turtle is one of my personal favorite fully aquatic species of turtle. The vibrant spots on that jet black shell are a work of art. Not to mention this North American species averages a whopping 4 inches as adults. You read that correctly! Their range is up the east coast as well as near the Great Lakes.
The Redfoot tortoise is full of personality and my favorite tortoise. These beautiful 12 inch Adult Redfoot tortoise would make a good addition to a breeding group or simply just a great pet. Currently living outside full time and feeding on lots greens, opuntia cactus and fruit. Farm raised in Central America and imported once they are around 10 inches. They are friendly and make great pets! Perfect shells and already breeding and beginning to lay first clutches of eggs.
The Cherryhead is a Brazilian locality of the Redfoot tortoise. These have gorgeous color and are 1.5-2 years old. The care is the same as the typical Redfoot tortoise. Cherryheads keep that vibrant red head and sometimes get beautiful white marbling on the shell. Staying smaller than the northern Redfoot tortoise. Reaching shell lengths of roughly 8-9” The adults that produced these are both under 9”. The smaller size and beautiful color makes them a very popular pet tortoise.
Hatchlings are 3 months old and growing quick! The Indian star tortoise is popular because of its vibrant shell pattern and its relatively small size. Unfortunately making it a popular target in the illegal pet trade. Full grown adults reach about 5-7 inches. Average is 5.5 to 6 inches.These turned Cites appendix 1 where they can no longer be imported into the United States. Hopefully relieving some of the pressure put on the species being collected from the wild.
For some time it was believed there were two different sub species of Leopard Tortoise. Today we just know them as different localities. The South African locale is known to be larger and have a lot more spotting then the smaller more common Babcocki Leopard tortoise. These reach an average size of 18-21 inches. They are 2 months old feeding on lots of greens, cactus pads, etc. We don’t have these available often! So don’t miss out.
These are awesome pet Iguanas and one of my favorites. Lewisi X Nubila hybrids. The closest you can get to have a Cyclura Lewisi iguana. Feeding on greens, cactus, and mazuri tortoise diet. They are 3 months old now.
These roughly 3.5 to 4 inch captive born Central American woods are a vibrant species full of personality that is very under rated. Reaching an average size of 5-6 inches they are very similar to box turtles. They do very well in shallow water and/or land. They eat everything from floating pellets, super worms to greens and fruit. They are one of the most colorful species and very easy to keep!
These are farm raised European captive born Russian tortoises. Not wild caught middle eastern-asian imports. These do much better then the commonly available Uzbekistan wild caught Russians you see cheaper and readily available. They are Energetic, heavy, healthy, and active. Feeding on lots of greens and opuntia cactus. 4 inch shell length. Currently have males and females availavie.
These hatchlings are 2.5-3 months old and are growing quick. The marginated tortoise is in the testudo family. Care is identical to that of the Hermanns and Greek tortoise. They are hardy and larger than the two species. They have a lot of personality. These are not offered by many breeders and sellers. Don’t miss out!
Central American Wood turtles are my personal favorite species of wood turtle. Reaching a max size of roughly 5-6 inches they are great for indoor or outdoor keeping. They are full of personality and such a hardy and easy to care for species. As hatchlings they prefer to be kept with a large water dish to splash around in. As adults they become more terrestrial but still love to splash around in a shallow water feature. These little ones are 4 months old and thriving.
The Mata Mata Turtle is right up there next to the Fly River Turtle as the most unique turtle in the world. In their native habitat they blend in with fallen leaf litter and are ambush predators that feed on live fish. Very easy to keep but they do get large. These Peruvian Mata are a more colorful variety than the guayana locale. Feeding on rosy red minnows. They are easy to switch to frozen. One of my favorite species!
These well started hatchlings are 5 months old. Well past the fragile size and thriving. Perfect examples of cherry red heads. The Brazilian Cherryhead is one of the most popular localities of the Redfoot tortoise. Redfoot tortoises are found all over South America and have a variety of color and size. The ones found in Brazil tend to be slightly smaller usually maxing out at 10 inches and keep the red head. Hence the name “Cherryhead”. Average size is 8-10 inch shell length.
The Fly River Turtle is easily the most unique turtle in the world. These captive born specimens were legally imported from a breeder in Taiwan. Adult size averaging about 16-18 inches in length. They are the only fresh water turtle with flippers like a sea turtle! 10-12 month old Fly Rivers are currently feeding on blue berries, algae wafers and mazuri turtle diet. They have an omnivorous diet. Comes with a copy of CITES document. VERY COOL!
Geoemyda spengleri is among the world’s smallest turtles, with an average length of 4 inches. Very unique shells. These 6 month old hatchlings are thriving and past the fragile first couple months. Care is similar to that of box turtles they live on land but like a damp environment and a large water dish. They love eat live worms, crickets, pellets, etc. They are endangered in their native range of southern China and northern Vietnam.
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