Names for a female Russian tortoise?

Rue

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Well you won't know if it's a boy or girl for while. ..how about Ivan/Ivana if you want a Russian name? ;)
 

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We see an awful lot of Natashas.
 

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Sorry to ask something not related to this thread, but how do I post on my own I'm fairly confused. Thanks!
 

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You select where you want to post, let's say, General Tortoise discussion. Then there should be an option to create your own thread? If not, select something in general discussion, and then there should be the option at the top of the screen. It's a red button.
And I think the name should be "Miss Howell". ;) That's the name I'm planning to give my future Aldabra.
 

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You select where you want to post, let's say, General Tortoise discussion. Then there should be an option to create your own thread? If not, select something in general discussion, and then there should be the option at the top of the screen. It's a red button.
And I think the name should be "Miss Howell". ;) That's the name I'm planning to give my future Aldabra.
Thank you!
 

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If you want to stay with the "Russian theme", here are few Russian words you could use: Katyusha, Kalinka, Narodna, Krassavitza, Perestroyka, or Cherepakha
 

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I have a Russian side of the family...those names sound like a bit of a mouthful...lol...
 

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I have a Russian side of the family...those names sound like a bit of a mouthful...lol...
I know, but how unique! Btw, Cherepakha (spelled phonetically) means-turtle, not sure if there is another word for tortoise, in some languages the distinction is made by adding adjective describing habitat (land or water)
 
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