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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.
These little hatchlings are 1 to 1.5 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 6-7 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.
These beautiful surplus Captive born Adult Eastern Hermanns tortoises are about 6-6.5 inches and would make a great pet or start to your own breeding group. They are living outside full time. Very friendly and will eat from your hand. The Eastern Hermanns typically reaches a size of 6-7 inches. These are surplus from my breeding group.
Pictured above you can see the size difference between a hatchling next to a well started hatchling. These 4 month old Redfoots are well past the fragile stages that can come along with a newborn hatchling.
These beautiful hatchling Marginated Tortoises are 1.5 months old and thriving. They reach an adult size of 12-14 inches. Similar in size to the Redfoot tortoise. Marginated are the largest of the genus Testudo and are full of personality.
These juvenile Redfoot tortoises are between 4-5 inches. Phenomenal yellow and orange head colorations. The shells are nice and smooth. These beauties are being fed a high green diet. They will eat from you hand!
The beautiful Indian star tortoise is popular because of it’s vibrant shell pattern and it’s relatively small size. Unfortunately making it a popular target in the illegal pet trade. Full grown adults reach about 7-8 inches. These recently turned Cites appendix 1 where they can longer be imported into the United States. Hopefully relieving some of the pressure put on the species when collected from the wild.
Pictured above you can see the size difference between a hatchling next to a well started hatchling. They are closer to 3 months old. As opposed to a one month old hatchling. These well started hatchlings are feeding on a variety of greens, cactus and Mazuri tortoise diet. They put on some size and are past the fragile new born stage. Eastern Hermanns tortoises are one of the smaller species. Usually ranging from 6-7 inches. Hermanns tortoises are an awesome species!
Russian tortoises are one of the most commonly kept tortoises in the United States. Due to their small size of about 5-6 inches, and their wonderful personality. Unfortunately the majority of the larger Russian tortoises are wild caught. Not many sellers offer captive born hatchlings. Here at Southern Reptiles we are proud to offer captive born hatchlings as well captive born-farm raised adults. These little babies are thriving, feeding on various greens, opuntia cactus and mazuri tortoise diet.
One of the best tortoise species that don’t get the recognition they deserve. These beauties have identical care to the Redfoot tortoise.
These beautiful captive born Eastern Hermanns are almost 2 years old. Hatched in 2018. They are thriving and just about ready to move outside full time. 4-5 inch shell length. These sell fast! Reaching only 6-7 inches, E. Hermanns make great pet tortoises, kept inside or outside.
No it’s not a Yellowfoot tortoise. This locality of Redfoot tortoise is known for its beautiful yellow heads and yellow legs. These beauties are only found naturally in Colombia. Next to the Brazilian Cherryhead Redfoot, the Colombian Yellows are my favorite! Shell lengths on these juveniles are 4.5-5 inches. Breeding a male and female Colombian will produce offspring with gorgeous yellow legs and heads. These are highly sought after and rarely offered in the United States.
Central American Wood turtles are my personal favorite species of wood turtle. Reaching a max size of only 7 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.
The Pancake tortoise is a very interesting species! They use their flat shell to be able to wedge themselves in rocks to avoid predators. This species reaches a max size of 6-7 inches and does great indoors.
These Russian tortoises make a great species to keep in the northern areas of the United States. With their small size of 5-7 inches they make a great tortoise for someone limited on space. These are farm raised in Europe and imported to the USA.
This kinixys spekii are beautiful specimens. This locale is field collected from Kenya. This locality is not seen often in the United States. They are more colorful and have more pattern then your typical Spek‘s. Feeding on a variety of greens, hibiscus leaves, opuntia cactus pads. Adult specimens reach about 7 inches. These are currently 5 inch shell length. They are thriving and eating well.
The Redfoot tortoise is full of personality and my favorite tortoise. These beautiful 10-12 inch Adult female Redfoot tortoise would make a good addition to a breeding group or simply just a great pet.
11-12 inch large male Redfoot tortoises! Big and ready to breed. Great addition to a breeding group or simply an awesome pet tortoise.
Our Leopard tortoise hatchlings (Pardalis babcocki) are 1.5-2 months old. They are ravenous eaters and growing quick. The PB leopard is the smaller of the two localities. Females reaching lengths of 14-15 inches and males being smaller at about 12 inches.
These Elongated hatchlings are 1-2 months old. The Elongated tortoise is a South East Asian species. They are considered a medium size tortoise and reach lengths of 12-14 inches. The diet and husbandry is also similar to that of the Redfoot tortoise. A very cool and unrecognized species that’s not widely offered by many reptile breeders and stores.
Beautiful cherryheads with vibrant orange and red coloration. Cherryheads are actually Redfoot tortoises there are found specifically in Brazil. These particular Brazilian Cherryhead are a locale found in Caatinga, Brazil. The juveniles are 6 inch shell length.
The Cherryhead is a locality of the Redfoot tortoise found in Brazil. The care is the same as that of the Northern Redfoot tortoise. They are known for keeping that vibrant red head as they age. They generally stay smaller than the northern Redfoot tortoise. Reaching shell lengths of 9-10 inches.
The Burmese star tortoise is critically endangered in its home range of Myanmar (Burma). They are the largest of the star tortoises. These hatchlings are thriving eating romaine, cactus and mazuri tortoise diet.
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