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    3 little platynota

    They have been growing well. They are around 3,500g, 3,000g, and 2,400g. And I have a couple of males for the larger two to hang out with.
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    Burmese Star Winter Housing Questions

    Yep. I have been fine so far. But, now I have a couple females up to breeding size. So, I would like to get them into a more laying conducive setup.
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    Burmese Star Winter Housing Questions

    Still still waiting... 8.5 months into what was supposed to be a 4-5 month wait.
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    Post Your Burmese Star Photos

    Being very pretty does have an impact on popularity. But, really they are functionally extinct in the wild. They are starting to reintroduce them in the wild though. So, there is hope. However, they just had a coup in Myanmar where they are from. Also, I don’t think there ever were large...
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    Post Your Burmese Star Photos

    Nice and smooth. I always like the eating pictures when you catch them with their mouths open mid chomp.
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    Post Your Burmese Star Photos

    Good looking tortoise!
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    Post Your Burmese Star Photos

    Soaking time! Anyone get any good Burmese Star photos lately?
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    3 little platynota

    I appreciate the advice and information!
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    3 little platynota

    Ken Siffert. I believe he is KenS on here.
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    3 little platynota

    Looks like at least one of these girls will be large enough to put with the males this spring. (I think another will be ready sometime this spring or summer.)
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    Burmese Star Winter Housing Questions

    Update: Still waiting on cages...
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    Summer Stars

    Way to go! What an awesome hatch rate!
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    Incubator

    How did it work out?
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    Got some Burmese stars

    https://startortoises.net/indian-vs-burmese.html
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