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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.
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.
Stunning little captive born radiated Hatchlings. Hatched at the end of December . Chowing down on any greens, leaves, weeds, opuntia cactus and mazuri in sight. Thriving and ready to go! These beauties native to Madagascar reach lengths of 14-16 inches depending on sex and care. Unfortunately due to their beauty they have been poached smuggled mainly to Asia to the status of Critically Endangered. Incubated at 88.5 degrees. These can only be sold to Florida Residents with valid proof of ID.
These 2-3 month old captive born and bred hatchling Mata Mata are absolute 3 inch dinosaurs! They are truely amazing. This species has a lot of color variation. These are some of the MOST COLORFUL! Found in shallow slow moving bodies of water in the Amazon rain forest these ambush predators lie and wait for their next meal. Feeding on live rosey red minnows and baby Mayan cichlids. They can easily be switched to frozen feeders with some training.
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 3 months old and off the well started hatchling. They’re a little fragile and have a proper head start on 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 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 are farm raised European captive born Russian tortoises. Not wild caught middle eastern-asian imports. They are Energetic, healthy, and active. Feeding on lots of greens and opuntia cactus. 4 inch shell length. Currently have males and females availavie.
Beautiful captive born Eastern Hermanns is almost 3 years old. 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.
These beautiful captive born 2 month old pure Colombian locale Redfoots are very unique as they are one of the only locale of Redfoot tortoises with all yellow and no red. They tend to reach 10-12 inches. Perfect shells, and eating like crazy. Feeding on romaine, turnips, dandelion, hibiscus and mulberry leaves, various fruit-mango, banana and papaya opuntia cactus and mazuri tortoise diet.
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.
These well started hatchlings are 5 months old. They are begginning to marble! Well past the fragile size and starting to marble. 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.
GORGEOUS, roughly 4 inch absolutely perfect shells and perfect tails. Shell is much brighter just has natural algae growth from living outside. My personal favorite Red Ear Slider Morph. Feeding on floating pellets. 14-15 months old. We have the lowest prices on the market for perfect Caramels! These off spring were produced from a Clive line albino het snow breeding to a caramel. So if you breed a snow to these Carmels you will get visual snows and caramels double hets.
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.
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 captive born 6.5 inch Redfoot tortoises are so friendly they can be hand fed. Perfect shells and vibrant color. They make a great solo pet or a fantastic addition to the beginning of a breeding group. These are of Venezuelan locality and they are known for keeping their colorful head and legs. Also stay slightly smaller around 11 inches compared to the bigger northern Redfoots from Suriname.
The Cherryhead is a locality of the Redfoot tortoise found in Brazil. These range from roughly 1-2 years old. The care is the same as that of the Northern Redfoot tortoise. They are known for keeping that vibrant red head and/white marbling on the shell. They generally stay smaller than the northern Redfoot tortoise. Reaching shell lengths of roughly 9 inches.
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.
These roughly 4 inch captive born Central American woods are a vibrant species full of personality that is very under rated. Reaching an average size of 6 inches they are very similar to box turtles where they like a semi aquatic habitat. Theyll eat everything from floating pellets, bugs to fruit. These juveniles are 4-5 inches.
These Marginated tortoises are roughly 4 inches and just shy of 2 years old. I like to think of Marginated tortoises as the Redfoot tortoise of the European species. They are very friendly but don’t require nearly as much humidity as the tropical Redfoot tortoise. They are feeding on a very green diet along with mazuri and cactus!
These beautiful surplus Captive born Adult Eastern Hermanns tortoises are about 6-7 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 surplus adults ready to start reproducing now! Some have laid small clutches and males are mounting females.
This Hatchling Eastern box turtle is thriving and growing quick. These little guys have so much personality. Living on land, they love a small water feature in their enclosure to splash around in. These captive born babies are great pets kept indoors or outdoors. Reaching max size of only 5-6 inches.
These hands down are one of the coolest box turtles. Two months old and prospering. They are ravenous when it comes to eating, nicknamed the snake eater as they have been known to eat small snakes and love worms. Their small size and tolerance to cooler temperatures makes them a great pet. They are critically endangered in their native range.
One of the coolest tortoise species that don’t get the recognition they deserve. These beauties have identical care to the Redfoot tortoise. These adults are roughly 12-13 inch shell length. Ready to breed. They are currently living outside and feeding on lots of greens, opuntia cactus and fruits. These were imported from Suriname.
Hatchlings are 1.5-2 months old and growing quick! The 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 6-7 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 being collected from the wild.
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 Yellowfoot tortoise is very similar to the Redfoot tortoise in size, diet and care requirements. They are naturally found in some of the same range as Redfoots in South America. Easy to keep and a beautiful tortoise!
These beauties hatched in early March, they are gaining weight and size with nice perfectly smooth growth. 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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