looking to adopt large female sulcata florida

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i am looking to adopt a large female sulcata in florida.i have a large male that i have had for eight years.
 

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Please dont breed them.... if you want a second just to have one and dont want fighting.. ok.. but please really double think the breeding if that is what you want... too many and not enough good homes.. my opinion tho...
 

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Laura said:
Please dont breed them.... if you want a second just to have one and dont want fighting.. ok.. but please really double think the breeding if that is what you want... too many and not enough good homes.. my opinion tho...
i am not looking to breed them.i didnt know how 2 males would get along.
 

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They usually dont. Esp if not raised together.
Torts are not very social creatures, they dont 'need' another around. If you do get a second one, just be prepared to house it seperatley. You should when you first get them anyway..
 

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Redfootedboxturtles said:
How big is your pen ?





i dont have a pen i have a big gated backyard filled with lots of green grass and bushes also lots of trees and a great supply of fresh water.
 

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That is one gorgeous sully, you should be very proud of him.
 

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Wonderful looking Sully. Great yard. He looks very happy. You have done a great job.
 

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Redfootedboxturtles said:
can you please post some photos of your sulcata in your back yard?
why is it that you wanted to see pictures of my yard and sulcata?
 

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bacaraj said:
That is one gorgeous sully, you should be very proud of him.

Ah you just haven't seen my speed bump yet that's all. hehehehe. *and yes, Speed bump is my tortoises name.* And really yours isn't bad looking. Looks really healthy, always love to see that. So few people take good care of them. It sickens me that this species can live into the century range of age, but most will die before their first or second year due to human... well... lazyness and ignorence.
 
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