I seen this Gopher tortoise the same day I seen the sea turtle. He/She was like a little honeybee, visiting all the flowers and nomming them and then scooting over to the next patch. Then went back home under the deck I guess, somewhere in the beach sand dunes.
you have witnessed glory.
My mom owns a 23 year old tortoise and his name is Zeus and I love him 🐢
aww, its nice that you think that. I’m pretty sure a 23-year-old tortoise named Zeus owns your mom hee! either way, Zeus looks like he loves you both back 😀
What do you mean this could be my last dandie of the year?
Toby the Tortoise 🐢 on Twitter
We feel ya, Toby. We definitely feel ya.
Seriously, all this #tortoise does is judge my life choices. Go eat your apple, Poe!
well if you’d listen maybe you’d feel less judged…
Just my baby, Henry. 🐢
and his OH SO MIGHTY JAW! omnomnomnomnom
Mrs Robinson surveying Caleb’s newest Toys #mrsrobinsonthetortoise #tortoise #scaleybaby
Aww! Mrs. Robinson! you’ve finally broken free!!
(You might remember the previous adventures of Mrs. Robinson, she hasn’t always had the best luck )
Meet Leonardo and Simon, two rescue animals that have become the best of friends, much to the surprise of the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT).
Back in 2013, Leonardo the African Spur Tortoise was saved from homeless when the Bangkok zoo (his home) was set to close. They brought him to their sanctuary where he has lived ever since.
Fast forward to last February 2016, The WFFT was alerted to a young cow with trapped, his leg tangled in a vine. While they were able to free him, he lost a part of his hind leg in the process. Simon Cow-ell, as the staff named him, was placed in one of their fields so he’d have time to heal before letting the other rescued cows that lived there. That field happened to be occupied by one Leonardo the tortoise.
The moment Leonardo and Simon met, a friendship was formed. According to the WFFT they spend much of their time together, following each other around, sharing meals, and even napping together.
“To the surprise of us all Simon the cow has formed a strong bond with the large tortoise, Leonardo. They are often seen following each other around, sharing meals and resting together. We hope this unusual friendship continues to flourish.” – WFFT
(Via The Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand )
My son escaping his bath
yes! we will not be bathed! (ok we will but we won’t let you think we like it!)