Giant Tortoises ! I love these turtles. They are so huge.

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A standard tortoise placed next to a giant tortoise in the Galápagos Islands 🌴

Giant Tortoises in pond Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Photo by Sean Crane

earthandanimals: Giant Tortoises in pond Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Photo by Sean Crane.

I Love Giant Turtles

I Love Giant Turtles

Funny pictures about I Love Giant Turtles. Oh, and cool pics about I Love Giant Turtles. Also, I Love Giant Turtles photos.

Galapagos tortoise

Tortoise hatchlings bring breeding success and a touch of Galapagos to Taronga Western Plains Zoo

African Sulcata Giant Tortoise Hatchlings!

These are a few of some 45 hatchlings from the Linton Zoological Gardens in the UK. They are African Sulcata Giant Tortoises, also knowns as Spurred Tortoises -- the third largest tortoise in the world, second only to the Galapagos.

Giant Tortoise And Baby Cow Who Lost Its Leg Become Best Friends, Do Everything Together

Giant Tortoise And Baby Cow Who Lost Its Leg Become Best Friends, Do Everything Together

unusual besties -- Giant Tortoise And Baby Cow Who Lost Its Leg Become Best Friends, Do Everything Together

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Goodbye Lonesome George

lovenature: “Lonesome George by snackaroo Sad news about George’s death and the Pinta Island Tortoise becoming extinct today! The giant tortoise Lonesome George, whose failed efforts to produce.

The Galapagos Tortoise is a giant tortoise, the world's largest land turtle and can weigh up to 700 pounds.

Galapagos Tortoise - The World's Largest Tortoise

Sierra Negra Giant tortoises mating Isabella Galapagos

My 2 cents==> I also have a pic of 2 porcupines looking at each other with a caption-"rabbits make it look easy". tortoises or porcupines, which has a harder time?

“Photograph by @thomaspeschak Giant tortoises on Aldabra have their own way to keep cool: They go caving! For these reptiles living on this Seychelles…”

Photograph by Giant tortoises on Aldabra have their own way to keep cool: They go caving! For these reptiles living on this Seychelles atoll, you either find a way to get out of the sun, or you cook to death in your own shell. To avoid this

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