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Animal, Animal Behavior, Animal Nest, Animals Mating, Biology

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Stock photo ID:172463198
Upload date:June 30, 2013

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'Female tortoise digging a nest. Red-footed tortoises (Chelonoidis carbonaria) are popular pet tortoises from northern South America. Their natural habitat ranges from savannah to forest-edges around the Amazon Basin. They are omnivorous with a diet based on a wide assortment of plants- mostly fruit when available, but also including grasses, flowers, fungi, carrion, and invertebrates. They do not brumate but may aestivate in hot, dry weather.'
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