Sulcata Tortoise for Sale

    $99.00

    Species:Centrochelys sulcata

    Sex:Unsexed

    Length:2-3 inches

    Diet:vegetation, prepared diet

    Other Info:Multiple Animals Available – Pics May Vary

     

    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale

    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale

    Each sulcata tortoise for sale is a young, healthy specimen that is housed under optimal conditions. Buy Sulcata Tortoise,  The sulcata tortoise is also known as the African spurred tortoise. These gentle giants grow to be the third largest tortoise in the world. Tortoise for sale, This amazing animal can grow to a massive 30 inches and live as long as 80 years in captivity. Our baby sulcata tortoises for sale are provided the best care possible to ensure you get a healthy well started pet.  If the sulcata gets bigger than what you are looking for, check out our other pet tortoises. Buy Tortoise

    The Sulcata tortoise is a transitional eco-region of semi-arid grasslands, scrub, and savannah in northern Africa, native to the Sahara Desert and the Sahel. See them in The African Journey at the Maryland Zoo.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, Sulcata tortoises are large survivors, sluggish, and tough. Adults average 18 inches in shell length and 70 to 100 pounds in weight, although it is not rare to have specimens exceeding two to three feet in length and upwards of 150 pounds.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, In the soil where they take refuge from their harsh, humid, arid habitat, Sulcatas dig burrows. Most burrows have an average depth of 30 inches, but some tortoises can dig tunnel systems that reach 10 feet or more underground. The burrows are relatively cool and humid, which prevents these tortoises from drying out, along with natural water management adaptations such as strict control of urine production.
    Sulcatas are clearly adapted to extreme heat, but less well known is how well they withstand cold temperatures. However, like most arid tortoises, they seem better suited than many other turtle and tortoise species to temperature variations. What’s interesting about them is that they deliberately seek shelter when it gets cold outside. In order to maintain a stable body temperature, many tropical tortoises would not take aggressive action and would only freeze when met by ice. we also have another exotic pets for sale such as, lion cubs for sale, cheetah cubs for sale, tiger cubs for sale, capuchin Monkey for sale
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, There is one male and two female Sulcata tortoises at the Maryland Zoo that you can see on the African Trip. They will continue to walk around outside and graze in cold weather (temperatures as low as the 50s), so long as they can return to their heated burrow if they need to warm up.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, Sulcatas save energy by moving slowly, which helps them to go without food for weeks. In the wild, they primarily consume grass and desert scrub leaves. They walk slowly and graze during the cooler sections of the day. From the plants that they consume, they get the water that they need. Water in their habitat is scarce, and what wild spur thighs do on the rare occasions they find water is not known. The Sulcata tortoises do not seem to drink water at the Zoo, and show very little water interest. This means that they are receiving all the water from their diet that they need.

    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale

    Each sulcata tortoise for sale is a young, healthy specimen that is housed under optimal conditions. Buy Sulcata Tortoise,  The sulcata tortoise is also known as the African spurred tortoise. These gentle giants grow to be the third largest tortoise in the world. Tortoise for sale, This amazing animal can grow to a massive 30 inches and live as long as 80 years in captivity. Our baby sulcata tortoises for sale are provided the best care possible to ensure you get a healthy well started pet.  If the sulcata gets bigger than what you are looking for, check out our other pet tortoises. Buy Tortoise

    The Sulcata tortoise is a transitional eco-region of semi-arid grasslands, scrub, and savannah in northern Africa, native to the Sahara Desert and the Sahel. See them in The African Journey at the Maryland Zoo.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, Sulcata tortoises are large survivors, sluggish, and tough. Adults average 18 inches in shell length and 70 to 100 pounds in weight, although it is not rare to have specimens exceeding two to three feet in length and upwards of 150 pounds.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, In the soil where they take refuge from their harsh, humid, arid habitat, Sulcatas dig burrows. Most burrows have an average depth of 30 inches, but some tortoises can dig tunnel systems that reach 10 feet or more underground. The burrows are relatively cool and humid, which prevents these tortoises from drying out, along with natural water management adaptations such as strict control of urine production.
    Sulcatas are clearly adapted to extreme heat, but less well known is how well they withstand cold temperatures. However, like most arid tortoises, they seem better suited than many other turtle and tortoise species to temperature variations. What’s interesting about them is that they deliberately seek shelter when it gets cold outside. In order to maintain a stable body temperature, many tropical tortoises would not take aggressive action and would only freeze when met by ice. we also have another exotic pets for sale such as, lion cubs for sale, cheetah cubs for sale, tiger cubs for sale, capuchin Monkey for sale
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, There is one male and two female Sulcata tortoises at the Maryland Zoo that you can see on the African Trip. They will continue to walk around outside and graze in cold weather (temperatures as low as the 50s), so long as they can return to their heated burrow if they need to warm up.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale, Sulcatas save energy by moving slowly, which helps them to go without food for weeks. In the wild, they primarily consume grass and desert scrub leaves. They walk slowly and graze during the cooler sections of the day. From the plants that they consume, they get the water that they need. Water in their habitat is scarce, and what wild spur thighs do on the rare occasions they find water is not known. The Sulcata tortoises do not seem to drink water at the Zoo, and show very little water interest. This means that they are receiving all the water from their diet that they need.
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale
    Sulcata Tortoise for Sale

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