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    I do...and they range from 6 months to a year...the biggest three weighing between 2 and 3...

    I do...and they range from 6 months to a year...the biggest three weighing between 2 and 3 pounds. Under a pound $250 shipped Over a pound 500 shipped. Discounts for multiples! And MONSTRO! is also available...10 years old...27"...110 pounds...and he be a grand...no shipping for him!
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    Still too young...but I'll opt for male

    Still too young...but I'll opt for male
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    Tort Stork Instahatch

    Check out this story... https://tortstork.com/instahatch-58-was-a-stressful-one/
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    Prickly pear pads for sulcata

    If you offer Mazuri dry...that's fine... but you'll also have to do a forced soak to ensure you're getting enough water in them...don't need kidney stones! I always suggest using Mazuri in a recipe...with lots of hay/herbs, etc https://www.tortoiseforum.org/threads/tortoise-lasagne.19944/
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    Free Sulcata to a good home

    NOOOO! I wish I could take him...but I'm working strictly with Sudans now...and anacondas! Is it safe to presume you meant 25 inches? MONSTRO! is 26 and 96 pounds. I wish you luck with your endeavors!
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    Sulcata Pair - 20 year old female & 10 year old male up for adoption

    Oregon is NOT the best place for large sulcata!
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    NEW VIDEO! Mean Machine soaking!A war

    It may be 70º but the solarmeter reads 91...so it's back to outdoor soaks for the Mean Machine!
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    NEW VIDEO FEATURING...THE MEAN MACHINE! F1 SUDANESE BABIES

    Good for you! They were VERY unique looking. Post some photos when you can...I'd love to watchj them grow too~!
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    NEW VIDEO FEATURING...THE MEAN MACHINE! F1 SUDANESE BABIES

    Here's the new video I did Sunday...featuring the MEAN MACHINE! Pardon the banter...I'm delirious with the flu! Enjoy!
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    Meet Arliss...(and the rest of the MEAN MACHINE) our newest Sudanese sulcata! Photo HEAVY!

    Here is the variety of shells from the Mean Machine...my F1 Sudanese from ATA ...who acquired a herd of 9.8 animals from Brad about a decade ago! A couple have slight pyramiding...the rest are perfect...some look pyramided here...but the are not...it's just an illusion! @goReptiles
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    Sudanese versus non-Sudanese babies

    Here's the link to my Sudanese thread...updated shell shots! https://www.tortoiseforum.org/threads/meet-arliss-and-the-rest-of-the-mean-machine-our-newest-sudanese-sulcata-photo-heavy.169306/
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    An Hour With Monstro (Photo Heavy)

    Enjoying the sun today...cuz it's rain for the rest of the week!
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    Sudanese versus non-Sudanese babies

    Females are hit and miss. Brad had 60-100 pound females...no larger! I'm checking on this F1 herd. Again, MONSTRO!'s mom was 189 pounds 9 years ago. She's in the foreground of this pic.
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    Sudanese versus non-Sudanese babies

    First...their carapace is more prehistoric...the area we call growth lines are more like cuts in the shell...no white! Their extremely individual in their growth rate...and it always seems that there is one that outgrows everyone early. For Tom, it was Gargantua! I had one that I had since...
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    Sudanese versus non-Sudanese babies

    I currently have a small herd of babies from F1 Sudanese...there is definitely something different about the carapace. In addition, the original dozen or so that @Tom and I got from Brad were iffy (for the most part)...although I visited with Tom's Gargantua in the late Fall and he definitely...
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