Can 2 male red footed tortoises live together?

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It's kind of my weird sense of humour with a bit of truth in it too. Sometimes I am sorry after I say something that sounds like I think I am an expert - and I am certainly not! But indeed, I guess every opinion has its value, especially if it is discussed and either corrected or verified.
You're wrong wrong wrong!!! Feel better?
 

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Certainly not directed at you, Yvonne! I often berate myself for poking my opinions into subjects I really am sometimes of two minds about. Or three.:rolleyes:
Any time you make a suggestion you risk being shot down by someone with a different take on the subject.
In the end, it's still all about trying to help answer a question. And the more answers, the more to take into consideration.
I said that it could possibly work because.
A: We're talking Redfoot
B: The OP has 3,000 square feet of space.
Does that mean pairs of Redfoot are o.k?
My answer is based on my own experience.
Only with Redfoot. Only outdoors and only in very large enclosures.
The OPs enclosure is 4X the size of mine.
 

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