Preview of the first image of Leopard Tortoise.

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stigmochelys pardalis 

baby leopard tortoise

So called due to the attractive spots on the carapace, this species is the second largest species of tortoise in Africa but is a much gentler giant compared to its cousin, the sulcata. Grazing on grasses and weeds, this species does not hibernate. 

They will need somewhere large to stay overwinter indoors.

These guys make fantastic lifelong companions. 

Additional Information

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Stigmochelys pardalis
Current Age
6 months
CITES Article 10
No - this species does not require an Article 10 certificate