Like to look at pics of these "Giant" Bolivian Redfoots?

ZEROPILOT

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I just mentioned Bolivians on another post.
Here in Tamarac Florida there is a nursery called TROPIC PLANTS.
(It's on University drive.)
They have a little exhibit in the back that you can walk through to see water features, a few free roaming Gopher tortoises, beautiful tropical plants and birds....And four Redfoot tortoises of astounding proportions.
They are said to be Bolivian giants. And let me tell you, they are gigantic.
I'll try to get over there and take photos.
You may find them interesting. I sure do.
Plastron shots will probably not be available.
But I'm curious to see what you think.
 

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Recently put together a "Tutorial" - hope you like...

http://turtletary.com/brazil.html

Terry
I recently acquired a baby red foot but doesn't know the origin " specific country" except for what the shop keeper said from south America, cherry heads & yellow foots are probably easier to identify their areas. But are red foot tortoises common to most of Latin America? Mine could just be a common spices, unfortunately yellow foots are rare to find in my region for sale being the largest of the 3 spices.
 
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