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We are excited about new solar lights that one of our sponsors sent to us. We have installed 5 new lights around the facility for the safety of all the 4-legged and 2-legged inhabitants. So … to all you critters … Continue reading
A lot of times we wonder, how do turtles and tortoises that are in cold to warm climates fare with health. A team of scientist studied some turtles in the wild. They found the conditions of the heart under certain … Continue reading
Lonesome George and the future of Chelonoidis abingdoni The death of lonesome George was a tragedy. However, scientist on the Darwin Research Team and International conservation affiliates may be able to revive the Chelonoidis abingdoni. Lonesome George was the last pure species of … Continue reading
Red and Yellow Foot and Phylogeographies Red foot and yellow foot tortoises are both found in South America. Both a very popular species in animal keeping in captivity. Studies have been done that merely question the differences among them. … Continue reading
This article is substantial of why preservation and conservation of even common species of tortoises needs to be looked at. In South America this study was done on Red Footed tortoises in Brazil. The red foot eating dropped fruits and … Continue reading
Aldabra Tortoise The Second Largest Tortoise on Earth The Aldabra tortoise is the worlds second largest tortoise. Trailing behind the Galapagos tortoises. The Aldabra tortoise inhabits a chain of island in the western Indian Ocean Northeast of Madagascar. The aldabra atoll is a bunch of … Continue reading
Kemp Ridley Sea Turtles in Texas State The Kemp Ridley Seas turtle is one of 7 sea turtles in the world. It is a critically endangered along with the loggerhead, leatherback, green sea turtle, hawksbill, and flat back ridley, and … Continue reading
Madagascar Tortoise Trafficking Rages Out of Control Madagascar has long always had issues with native wildlife. The trafficking and poaching has been a huge issue with the natural landscapes and animals on this large island. The ploughshare, Spider, and radiated … Continue reading
Reintroduction of Sulcatas in Senegal Tomas Diagne is a conservationists in Western Africa. His organization and efforts are accomplished in Senegal. What we don’t see or hear much of here in the United States. Is the very threatening and declining … Continue reading
African leopard tortoise species diversification Leopard Tortoises have been a very intrigueing species of tortoise found in Africa. Ranging from Northern Africa to the Republic of South Africa. The known classification dictates on 2 species. However the DNA differences show … Continue reading