[split]my aldabras

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Abelma

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Thank you for the tips moving them ! We have two of 2 1/2 years and 14 pounds, and then six of one year. We have a large terrarium built and it seems that they are happy there. Anyway i am thinking to build something bigger next years. My question if is possible to have an idea of weight and size per age ?
You have many aldabra. Please share their pictures.
Here they are at the Parking :)


 

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Abelma said:
Yellow Turtle said:
Abelma said:
Thank you for the tips moving them ! We have two of 2 1/2 years and 14 pounds, and then six of one year. We have a large terrarium built and it seems that they are happy there. Anyway i am thinking to build something bigger next years. My question if is possible to have an idea of weight and size per age ?
You have many aldabra. Please share their pictures.
Here they are at the Parking :)


The first image doesn't show up, but they are very beautiful!!
Where do you live and where did you buy them? All of them grow nicely :)
 

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Wow! you have so many. You're doing a good job in taking care of them. They look healthy. ;)
 

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I like the mini herd. They all look well.
 

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Hello.
Thank you for your comments !

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Thank you all. Planning their next house for the next year. The terrarium today will be too small . :)
 

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I'd love to see more of your aldabras and their enclosure. Do you have other tortoise?
 

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They do indeed look great. Walking room is the best asset for these guys, as well to the time they can get outside in the sun and graze on grass too.
 

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Hello again. Here more pictures of the guys. They discovered the mud hole and it seems they like it !
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They do indeed look great. Walking room is the best asset for these guys, as well to the time they can get outside in the sun and graze on grass too.
Thank you. Yes I am looking to get information of what is done in cold areas. We have low temperatures half of the year, so, it is a challenge. Now is Summer so they go outside but on the night they sleep in their enclosure inside the house, 24 C and 80% HR. I appreciate if you can show me some ideas of housing. Rgds
 

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Thank you ! This is Einstein, the biggest one, 3 years old, 15 Kg and very friendly. He made the hole and we just added water. He stay for hours there !
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I just love these tortoises! So wish I had property somewhere warm so I could house one of these beauties.



Two kids, One husband, One Hines57, One Leopard Tortoise, and a room at the sanitarium lol
 
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