Tortoise table furnishings

ILoveTorts&Gerbils

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I'm setting up my Hermann's table. He's only a hatchling. I have all the 'essentials' and a log hide, spider plant and nest area. I'm also planning on buying a small terracotta pot as a hide, as well as a cuttlefish bone. What enrichments can I put in? I'll include pictures.
 

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Lots of sight barriers. I use plants still in their pots.
 

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I need answers to your same questions, as I am intending to change the enclosure of my tort asap.
 

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Piece of slate to eat food off, which helps keep the beak filed down.
Terracotta saucer water bowl, sunk into the substrate, big enough to soak in.
Gentle hill for climbing.
Four inch colour tv and remote.
(no, not the last one, got a bit carried away.)
 

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Piece of slate to eat food off, which helps keep the beak filed down.
Terracotta saucer water bowl, sunk into the substrate, big enough to soak in.
Gentle hill for climbing.
Four inch colour tv and remote.
(no, not the last one, got a bit carried away.)
Thanks Adam. I needed that help.

(Oli might need the TV to watch BAYERN's matches, after his retirement).
 

ILoveTorts&Gerbils

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I don't know if he's the intellectual type. Maybe The Sun would better suit him...

Nope. That's the best I can do for now. Blame lemonade and sleep deprivation.
 
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