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  1. gummybearpoop

    Burmese Star Tortoises

    Hello I am looking to rehome some of my Burmese Star Tortoises. They range in age from about 6-18 months. Need to make room. I am only selling local in arizona but I will be driving to Los Angeles November 20-21 so I would be willing to deliver in that area. Also, if you can pick them up if you...
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    G-Stars (Gustavo A)

    Recently, I purchased 3 Sri Lankan Stars from Gus (@G-stars) in person. I have nothing but good things to say about him. He is knowledgable, prompt to reply to questions, friendly, fair, professional, honest, and humble. His animals are thriving, healthy, and beautiful. I would definitely do...
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    2018 & 2019 Burmese Star Tortoises

    Hello, I am looking to trade some of my 2018 & 2019 Burmese Star Tortoises for Sri Lankan Star Tortoises. The Burmese Star Tortoises represent 5 bloodlines from 3 breeders. The 2018 animals weigh 275-350g and the 2019 animals weigh 50-70g. No issues, just looking to add more Sri Lankans to...
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    Looking for a copy of Reptiles Magazine Nov/Dec 2016

    Hello I am looking to buy a copy of Reptiles Magazine Nov/Dec 2016 if anyone has a copy they are willing to sell and ship to Arizona
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    8-9 month size difference between Burmese Stars

    Just wanted to share the size difference between Burmese Star Tortoises born in June/July 2018 and March 2019. Crazy how fast they grow in less than a year!
  6. gummybearpoop

    Adult Female Golden Greek

    I have one female adult golden greek left. She was imported a few years ago. I no longer keep tortoises and decided to get into nature photography. Arizona sales only. $200 firm. I will be in Los Angeles June 15-17, so we can also work out something. If I can't sell her locally within the next...
  7. gummybearpoop

    1.2 Golden Greeks left

    These are the last of my tortoises. The male is over 4" and is the smallest in the pic. The other two are the females The male is $100. One female has an old crack on her plastron and that is how I received her a few years ago. It was healed when I received her and she is doing fine. She is...
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    Rare Turtle/Tortoise book for sale

    I am downsizing my book collection and this book I no longer use. Terralog: Turtles of the World: Africa, Europe and Western Asia, Vol. 1 It is out of print and ranges from $83-$317 on Amazon.com Hardly opened and pretty much brand-new. I am selling this one for $75 shipped. US sales only...
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    Galapagos, Aldabra, & Radiated Tortoises (DRAMA-FREE & LOTS OF PIX)

    These are some old and new photos of Radiated, Galapagos, & Aldabra tortoises I have worked with. This is me (6' tall) with over 1000 lbs of tortoise This one is 650 lbs! Supposedly imported into the states in 1901! 3 juvenile galaps Female aldabra A lazy afternoon nap A female...
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    Desert tortoises, and other critters in AZ

    Hi everyone Here are some photos I took of desert tortoises and other desert creatures. http://www.fieldherpforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4767&p=57425#p57425
  11. gummybearpoop

    Planning vacations because of tortoises..

    Has anyone planned vacations because they wanted to see a specific tortoise species in its natural habitat? I plan to go to Madagascar, Galapagos, & South Africa partly or mostly because of the tortoises. Also, I would like to plan a trip to Mexico to see some Bolson Tortoises. When I go to...
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    BCC new tortoise dvds/videos

    I forgot to let others know who may not know. The BCC recently released their video of South Africa, which is the richest region in different tortoise species. There isn't much footage out there on some of these elusive tortoises. Highly recommended! In addition, proceeds from the DVDs helps...
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    forum for madagascar's tortoises

    A forum dedicated to the tortoises of Madagascar. http://www.madagascartortoises.org/index.php
  14. gummybearpoop

    illegal selling of Star and Radiated

    (Moderator note: I split these few posts off from a "for sale" thread instead of deleting them because I thought they have value and we all can learn something from them. But remember folks, please don't talk back and forth on the "for sale" threads unless you are asking valid questions about...
  15. gummybearpoop

    Hatchling-yearling enclosures

    Here are some photos of how I set up my baby tortoises. I have used this method for radiateds, russians, and burmese stars. I will be using this method on some greeks I will be obtaining as well. The difference between the tropical and mediterranean species is how moist I keep the sphagnum moss...
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    Daytona photos....

    Daytona 2010 photos....where are they???:D
  17. gummybearpoop

    Books for sale

    I am clearing some shelf space and selling some of my tortoise/turtle books... First I have TERRALOG: Turtles of the World, Vol. 4 - East and South Asia(v. 4) [Hardcover] which is mostly a pictorial guide of the turtles and tortoises of Southeast Asia. Some of the most critically endangered...
  18. gummybearpoop

    My 2 newest tortoises (Radiated & Burmese Star)

    I haven't posted pics in a while, but here are a few pics of my newest Radiated Tortoise which I have had for a few months now and my first Burmese Star Tortoise. The Burmese Star is considered by many, to be functionally extinct in the wild. There are around 80 wild-caught Burmese Star...
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    TSA Radiated Tortoise Video

    http://www.youtube.com/user/chelonia100#p/u/0/UmzSpU7aE5s Other TSA members probably got this email, but I thought I would share it with the rest of you. It is pretty sad when maybe a little over a decade ago, scientists estimated there were between 12-54 million Radiated Tortoises (hardly...
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    Does anyone know what kind of plant this is?

    These plants have been popping up. They smell a little funky. I am not sure if they are native or from the russian tortoise seed mix I bought. The russian tortoises ate some. Thanks Norman
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