Leopard Tortoises

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I posted a post on this form a few months back asking if my leopard tortoises were big enough to breed they are definitely not ready to breed still and are growing I have had the opportunity to add some new members to my group since the last time I have posted I have added three more females but I do not believe two of them are ready to breed and I am not sure about that The third one not completely sure on age but I have attached some photos and measurements
 

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Tom

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Its really difficult to say with leopards because for the last few decades, all leopards from all over the range have been mixed and interbred in this country. Nearly everything is a mix of genetics from all over the range. The true South Africans would be the only exception I know of.
 
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