Aldabra tortoise from South korea...

khanz

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Hi, everyone :)
I'm khanz from south korea. My real name is Han jo, kim. Nice to meet you. I'm raising only one aldabra tortoise named "Sparta". He's 9 month old and 5 1/2" length carapace & 1.28lbs now. His spine has been curved since he was hatchling. But he is so active and vigorous and very healthy. He swims in warm water for over 30minutes once a day for his health growth. I hope to my aldabra will be better than now!! :)ImageUploadedByTortoise Forum1455319896.165040.jpgImageUploadedByTortoise Forum1455319964.683555.jpgImageUploadedByTortoise Forum1455320007.868846.jpgImageUploadedByTortoise Forum1455320054.701670.jpgImageUploadedByTortoise Forum1455320098.858032.jpgImageUploadedByTortoise Forum1455321274.723274.jpg
 

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Very beautiful tortoise. Does his spinal deformity make it difficult for him to get around?
 

cecely

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I'm Korean, too! But I was born in the US : ) Are there a lot of tortoise keepers in Korea?

I don't know if I can type in Korean on here so, mannaseo bangawoyo!
 

khanz

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I'm Korean, too! But I was born in the US : ) Are there a lot of tortoise keepers in Korea?

I don't know if I can type in Korean on here so, mannaseo bangawoyo!
Wow!! "mannaseo bangawoyo!" is "만나서 반가워요!" in korean. :) Nice to meet you! Thank you so much! There are just a little of tortoise keeper in Korea:) Thanks!!
 

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안녕하십니까? TFO에 오신 것을 환영합니다! (That's "hello, and welcome to TFO!")

My hubby is fluent in Korean, but I'm not. I tried to learn it, and I got as fare as knowing the alphabet and individual sounds of each character, but when it came to reading and pronunciation, I was terrible.

So, in plain English, I love your Aldabra baby. Do you have enough space for him? Aldabraman is an expert on this breed. He owns a herd of Aldabras. You should check out his thread.
 

khanz

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My hubby is fluent in Korean, but I'm not. I tried to learn it, and I got as fare as knowing the alphabet and individual sounds of each character, but when it came to reading and pronunciation, I was terrible.

So, in plain English, I love your Aldabra baby. Do you have enough space for him? Aldabraman is an expert on this breed. He owns a herd of Aldabras. You should check out his thread.
Thank you so much. I think korean is so difficult language. But you can do it!! Thanks for your kindness. I have already checked out All of Aldabraman's threads. Yes, I have enough space for my aldabra baby and I'll do my best for my aldabra baby's health growth!! Thanks!! :)
 

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