leopard tortoise for sale
We have some fantastic leopard tortoises for sale! CB Reptile offers a wide variety of leopard tortoise for sale. Some of the tortoises include baby leopard tortoise, well started 6-month-old baby leopard tortoises, yearling leopards and adult leopard tortoise on sale.
We offer both the traditional pardalis babcocki leopard tortoise from northern and eastern African regions as well the rarer and highly sought after giant south African leopard tortoise, known as Pardalis Pardalis for sale. The Giant South African leopard tortoise is a bit larger, with a milder domed shell and darker, higher pigmented markings. They’re also known for their outgoing personality and are a bit more friendly than the traditional leopard tortoise.
Unlike other dessert tortoise species, leopard tortoises are some of the more popular tortoises as far as collectors and tortoise enthusiasts go. Leopards are friendly, beautiful, can learn to eat from your hand. Because they are very docile and relaxed as far as temperament. Lastly, they will live up to 100 years of age and can make great additions to your reptile family for decades to come.
baby leopard tortoises
Their primary diet is dandelion greens, spring mix, and mazuri tortoise food here at tortoise town. When considering a pair, consider female and female so there is not overbreeding over they are mature at about 5-6 years of age. Leopard tortoises can reach up to 14-15″ and Giant South African leopards up to 18-24 though most fall in the 16-18″ range. Giant South African leopard tortoises (pardalis pardalis) are the most personable and outgoing of all the leopard tortoise species.
Eastern Hermann’s tortoises
Eastern Hermann’s tortoise (Testudo hermanni boettgeri) is the larger, common race. These tortoises are usually viewed as “dull” when compared with their western counterparts with colors as well as markings varying extremely. Rather attractively colored specimens are not unheard of. In fact, we maintain some striking eastern tortoises ourselves. The ground color of the carapace is typically a horn color or can be brown, yellowish, or ochre. Less intense black or dark brown bars and blotches border it. The 5th vertebral scute usually lacks the keyhole symbol but a less defined “version” of it can found in some specimens especially captive-bred juveniles.
Hermann’s tortoises can make great additions to any tortoise collection!
The Hermann’s tortoise head is bulkier with the eyes situated higher up and the yellow spot or fleck under each eye is usually absent except in neonates. Skin color is usually dark and may be tan, brown or grey. The plastron exhibits discontinuous black markings which appear faded, broken up and nowhere near as well defined or prominent as in their western cousins.
However, an almost entirely black plastron is sometimes found in specimens deriving from southern Greece. The suture between the pectoral scutes is usually longer than that of the femoral or they may be an even length in various cases. Females typically reach seven to eight inches but extremely large, ten inch plus females have been encountered in parts of the world such as Bulgaria and also in captive collections. Males usually do not surpass seven inches but larger animals are not unheard of. These tortoises have a flatter, broader look and are more elongated than round.
Red footed tortoise & yellow foot tortoise
Red foot tortoises, as well as cherry head red foot tortoises and yellow foot tortoises, are some of the most colorful tortoises in the world. They can make great additions to your reptile family as they are easy to care for, easy going and very friendly. We offer a wide selection of red foot tortoises, as well as cherry head red foot tortoise (also known as cherry head tortoise) and yellow foot tortoises.
We have baby red-footed tortoise, well started 6-month-old baby red footed tortoise for sale as well as the yearling and juvenile red foot tortoises on sale. Red foot tortoises have an average length of 12-14 in (30-35 cm); individuals measuring up to 18 in (45 cm) are commonly found while there have been occasional discoveries of 20 in (50 cm) specimens. Males are larger than females.
Greek Tortoise for sale
The various species of Greek tortoise are some of the more popular of the testudo tortoise family. The Eastern and Western Hermann’s tortoises make better companion or pet tortoises for sale once mature, in our opinion but the greek tortoise for sale remains one of the more popular tortoises for sale none the less. The Greek tortoise for sale is also known as the spur-thighed tortoise for the large conical tubercle it has on each thigh. Several subspecies are recognized, which vary greatly in color and size.
The high, domed upper shell (carapace) is around 20 cm in length in T. g. graeca known as the more common greek tortoise for sale, but almost twice as large in T. g. ibera. also known as the Ibera greek tortoise for sale. The carapace varies from yellow or tan with black or dark-brown blotching to totally grey or black, while the lower shell (plastron) may be yellow to greenish-yellow, brown, or grey, with some dark-brown or black markings. Neck, limbs, and tail are yellowish brown.
Before purchasing a greek tortoise or a pair of greek tortoises, be sure that you are purchasing from a captive bred greek tortoise breeder, who is only selling 100% captive bred baby greek tortoises as well as juvenile and adult greek tortoises for sale.
Indian Star Tortoises for sale, as well as Sri Lankan Star Tortoises and Burmese Star Tortoise are the 3 main species of star tortoise. Looking for a star tortoise? We have a fantastic selection of captive bred star tortoises for sale online, including Indian Star tortoises Sri Lankan Star tortoise, and Burmese star tortoises. As Indian Star tortoise breeders as well as being a Burmese star tortoise breeder we enjoy working with this fantastic species of star tortoise. Shop with confidence that your new baby star tortoise will arrive healthly and alert the very next morning after shipment from our facility to your doorstep!
We have some beautiful captive bred Russian tortoises for sale. The Russian tortoise is probably the most common small tortoise for sale in the world. The Russian tortoises for sale online are usually WILD CAUGHT adults and NOT Recommended for purchase. Please rest assured that CBReptile.com sells only CAPTIVE BRED baby Russian tortoises online. The Russian tortoises sold at pet stores are almost ALWAYS wild caught, and are normally over 20-30 years of age and do not make good additions to your reptile family.
It is a very round tortoise when viewed from above, certainly compared to most tortoise species, generally with a flattened top to the shell rather than being high-domed. Its color is usually a mixture of tans and browns, occasionally with a green cast. The plastron is mostly black, and the skin color, including the entire head, is usually tan, dark gray or brown.
Adult male Russian tortoises usually attain 5 to 6 inches in length, with females reaching 6 to 9 inches. Within our breeding colonies, most males are right around 5½ inches and most females range from 6 to 7 inches. Our largest Russian tortoise is a female about 8 inches long. It’s not unheard of for them to reach 9-10 inches, but this is not common at all.