Growth progress pics of my 3 Red foots & weight

willee638

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Hi, fellow tort lovers, it's been several months since I last visited & posted. I thought I would share the growth progress of my first baby of 2.4 years & 2 RF of 14 months respectively, I would like your opinion.....
 

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I'm not a RF expert...but all 3 of your guys look pyramided to me...Their carapace's are bumpy instead of smooth...this is Houdini...I had to pleasure of keeping him for a while, just notice the difference in his carapace as compared to yours... 100 0285 I believe he was still growing in these photos... 100 0306
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I'm sorry to have caused some misunderstanding of my 3 RF torts of being Pyramided, I think this was the effects of poor lighting angles & shadows. To clarify the matters I am posting some most recent outdoors pictures of them in natural lighting to show their carapace are in fine & healthy state, I am living in a mostly humid environment of 80+ to 90+ humidity & their substrate bedding are constantly moist with live plants & large water dish, thanks for the concern & advice.
 

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I'm sorry to have caused some misunderstanding of my 3 RF torts of being Pyramided, I think this was the effects of poor lighting angles & shadows. To clarify the matters I am posting some most recent outdoors pictures of them in natural lighting to show their carapace are in fine & healthy state, I am living in a mostly humid environment of 80+ to 90+ humidity & their substrate bedding are constantly moist with live plants & large water dish, thanks for the concern & advice.
Unfortunately they are still pyramided. Must have to do with the diet if they spend much time outdoors.
 

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