dearestptolmey:

Tortoise butts are the cutest!

Meet Roxana and Alexander. These two I just bought off of Doug Dix from Deer Fern Farms (or traded, rather, since I didn’t have a plan or a mate for my Golden Greek female, I traded her for these two flat-out, since Doug is really big into breeding patternless Golden’s and I’m really big into small pleasure like these two beauties). And yes, I have a male and female.

Anyways. These two are Moroccan tortoises. Morocco has been closed for trade/imports for quite some time now, about 20-30 years, so being able to see them, let alone buy them and breed them, is pretty rare. They’re still juveniles, so they have a bit more growing to do before I’ll let them breed, but the thought is super exciting!

Anyways, my wife and I gave them a good soak, let them hang out in the sun with Ptolmey and Medusa, and fed them a good, hardy mix of organic greens for the night.

I have to bring all four inside during the nights now. Winter is coming to Arizona, and it is not kind to the cold-blooded! So Roxana and Alexander get a nice warm towel to sleep in until morning.

We’re heading to bed, so see you soon!

dearestptolmey:

Tortoise butts are the cutest!

Meet Roxana and Alexander. These two I just bought off of Doug Dix from Deer Fern Farms (or traded, rather, since I didn’t have a plan or a mate for my Golden Greek female, I traded her for these two flat-out, since Doug is really big into breeding patternless Golden’s and I’m really big into small pleasure like these two beauties). And yes, I have a male and female.

Anyways. These two are Moroccan tortoises. Morocco has been closed for trade/imports for quite some time now, about 20-30 years, so being able to see them, let alone buy them and breed them, is pretty rare. They’re still juveniles, so they have a bit more growing to do before I’ll let them breed, but the thought is super exciting!

Anyways, my wife and I gave them a good soak, let them hang out in the sun with Ptolmey and Medusa, and fed them a good, hardy mix of organic greens for the night.

I have to bring all four inside during the nights now. Winter is coming to Arizona, and it is not kind to the cold-blooded! So Roxana and Alexander get a nice warm towel to sleep in until morning.

We’re heading to bed, so see you soon!

dearestptolmey:

Tortoise butts are the cutest!

Meet Roxana and Alexander. These two I just bought off of Doug Dix from Deer Fern Farms (or traded, rather, since I didn’t have a plan or a mate for my Golden Greek female, I traded her for these two flat-out, since Doug is really big into breeding patternless Golden’s and I’m really big into small pleasure like these two beauties). And yes, I have a male and female.

Anyways. These two are Moroccan tortoises. Morocco has been closed for trade/imports for quite some time now, about 20-30 years, so being able to see them, let alone buy them and breed them, is pretty rare. They’re still juveniles, so they have a bit more growing to do before I’ll let them breed, but the thought is super exciting!

Anyways, my wife and I gave them a good soak, let them hang out in the sun with Ptolmey and Medusa, and fed them a good, hardy mix of organic greens for the night.

I have to bring all four inside during the nights now. Winter is coming to Arizona, and it is not kind to the cold-blooded! So Roxana and Alexander get a nice warm towel to sleep in until morning.

We’re heading to bed, so see you soon!

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