BIG MAMA found laying eggs near a dam. So nice of her to let me lay on the ground to get some pics!
same, Shellrond. Same.
just checking to see if any noms got lost over here… nothing to worry about.
He just wants to go out and meet the neighbors! Silly human thinking that gate would stop him.
( this human had a small heart attack seeing tortie friend walking towards the road… but don’t worry this little trouble maker is just fine. secure your gates humans!)
Tortue :_“Je suis enfin tranquille, j’ai échapper aux géant marron poilu masqué ,mais……
Oui je reconnais ce drôle bruit…….
Il n’est pas loin….. ’
Mince il m’‘a eu
Grrrr la prochaine fois je pe cacherai mieux
Mauditsois tu @flashouilleurfou.”
Moi :“ mouahahahahahah😈😈😈😈😈😈, je les prendrai tous en photos, oui tous mouahahahahah 😈😈😈😈😈😈😈. ”
.Turtle :_“I am finally quiet, I escaped the giant masked hairy brown, but……
Yes I recognize this funny noise…….
It is not far away….. ’
Thin he got me
Grrrr next time I can hide better
Damn you @flashouilleurfou.”
Me: “muahahahahahah😈😈😈😈😈😈, I will take pictures of them all, yes all muahahahahah 😈😈😈😈😈😈😈.”
Photo and Edit @flashouilleurfou #flashouilleurfou
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Just a cute little baby snapping turtle to brighten your day! 🙂 <3
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Desert Tortoise baby at
Joshua Tree National Park, California, USA
We are celebrating Tortoise Week in Joshua Tree! This unique species has been on planet earth for an estimated 15-20 million years and can live to 100 years old. They spend around 95% of their time underground in burrows up to 30 feet in length. When they do come out they’re usually looking for a mate or to consume a diet of grasses, wildflowers, cactus pads, and wild fruit.
Unfortunately, tortoise populations have plummeted in recent decades due to habitat loss, drought, disease, and increased raven predation. This has caused them to now be classified as a federally threatened species, one category away from endangered.
photograph: NPS / Danial Elsbrock