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What you need to know about keeping a Tortoise as a pet.

Tortoises can be very rewarding, long-term and care-free pets to own, but they do come with their set of challenges. This website is dedicated on informing prospective Tortoise owners on what’s needed before you get one.

Featured Tortoises

Leopard Tortoise

Leopard Tortoise

The leopard tortoise is the second largest tortoise native to Africa, with the African spurred tortoise being the only one larger than it. Two sub-species are commonly recognized: Stigmochelys pardalis babcocki and Stigmochelys pardalis pardalis. Babcocki is the most common species in the pet…

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African Spurred Tortoise

African Spurred Tortoise

The African Spurred tortoise is another type of tortoise under the testudo genus, sharing close similarities to Hermann's torotise, and the Marginated tortoise. Diet Tortoises are herbivores like most other tortoises. In the wild, they consume many types of grasses,…

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Indian Star Tortoise

Indian Star Tortoise

Diet A Indian star tortoise diet consists of only plant vegetation; they mostly eat grasses, herbaceous leaves, flowers, and fruit, and sometimes insects, carrion, and dung. The diet should also include fibrous plants like grasses and weeds with occasional fruit.…

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Golden Greek Tortoise

Golden Greek Tortoise

Diet Greek tortoises primarily live off of plant food. Tortoises are completely herbivorous animals and shouldn’t be given animal products at all, such as meat and dairy. That being said, giving Greek tortoises a cuttlebone to bite on will help…

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Marginated Tortoise

Marginated Tortoise

Diet The marginated tortoise lives exclusively off the plant life that is native to the European region it inhabits. These plants include: flowers, grasses, weeds, and anything else it can find. Marginated tortoises have a more varied diet, so it…

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