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  1. Dankneepowpow

    New enclosure for Chevy!

    Lil’ Chevy has Almost doubled her size in the 5 months I’ve had her and I knew it was time for a new enclosure. I spent the last few weekends building and I’m super happy with the way it came out. I had a perfect spot on the side of my house that sits below a canopy of passion fruit. This way...
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    Tortoise mask!

    My girlfriend made me a mask with my lil’ redfoot on it. Now everywhere I go I get to bring my tortoise with me! She even added the extra scute on there!
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    Raised new growth

    Hello everyone, my redfoot hatchling is about 4 months old now and is doing great. Chevy has been eating a varied diet, gets soakings once a day, has constant+80% humidity, and is very active. The only thing that has me somewhat concerned is the new growth on her shell is slightly raised. If...
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    Introducing new tortoises to each other

    Hello Forum, I am a proud owner of a thriving ~4 month old redfoot named Chevy. Chevy was off to a rough start due to some negligence from the breeder I got her from but with help from the forum Chevy has been growing and is extremely healthy. Her enclosure is set up with everything she needs...
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    Hawai’i Redfoot breeder (Oahu)

    I recently bought a Redfoot hatchling from a Craigslist ad from a woman named Cara. She sold me a hatchling that was far too young, egg tooth still attached and yolk sac not absorbed. She told me the tort was 3 weeks old but that was clearly not the case. The hatchling also showed signs of being...
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    Umbilical scar bleeding

    Hi everyone, I recently received a red foot hatchling from a breeder who most likely kept the hatchling too dry. He’s about three weeks now and is eating greens and is decently active. Today after his soak I noticed his umbilical scab was actually bleeding! I don’t know if I should administer...
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    Redfoot hatchling umbilical scar

    Hi everyone, I’m new to the forum and this is my first post. I have a Redfoot hatchling who I was told is about 3 weeks old, still has an egg tooth and everything. I was wondering if his umbilical scar looks normal. This is my first hatchling so a lot of this is new to me. He’s so young I’m...
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