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Leopard Tortoise Babies

£130
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Market Rasen, Lincolnshire
Member since Feb 2021

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Ad Reference :
3121161
Pet Type :
Reptiles
Pet Breed :
Tortoise
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Private Seller
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
4 months, 19 days old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

We have been lucky again so far and managed to hatch pretty much all our leopard tortoise babies this year.
We have a few that will be ready for their forever homes very soon.
Leopard tortoises get pretty large, admittedly it will take a while but please do consider long term that they do get pretty large!
Leopards are really friendly and sociable tortoises, I am going to go against the grain and say in our experience (20+ years) of keeping tortoises they do really well with company. They are extremely friendly and love a good fuss!
These are grazers, in the summer months if you have a secure garden or can have a run of sorts they love to graze in the sun and then fall asleep when they are full!!
They do NOT hibernate and do require inside housing through the evenings and winter months.
Ideally leopards do better in a tortoise tables.
We are more than happy to help/advise you getting the correct set up for your new addition.
Sex of the babies is obviously unknown although we do incubate at the higher end of the scale so it is more likely they will be female, but this is absolutely no guarantee!
Finally we are not a professional breeder or pet shop. We have kept tortoises for over 20 years now and we are only too happy to answer any questions you might have.

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