Red-Footed Tortoise Animal Pictures

Chelonoidis carbonarius

Close-up of Red-footed tortoise, Chelonoidis carbonaria. They have red markings on their face that contrast with their otherwise drab coloring.

Close-up of Red-footed tortoise, Chelonoidis carbonaria. They have red markings on their face that contrast with their otherwise drab coloring.
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Close-up of Red-footed tortoise, Chelonoidis carbonaria. They have red markings on their face that contrast with their otherwise drab coloring.

Tiny red-footed tortoise in the process of biting a small strawberry. They are omnivores that eat what is available in its environment.

Tiny red-footed tortoise in the process of biting a small strawberry. They are omnivores that eat what is available in its environment.
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Tiny red-footed tortoise in the process of biting a small strawberry. They are omnivores that eat what is available in its environment.

The shell of the Red-Footed Tortoise is mostly black, with red markings on their feet, legs, and head.

The shell of the Red-Footed Tortoise is mostly black, with red markings on their feet, legs, and head.
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The shell of the Red-Footed Tortoise is mostly black, with red markings on their feet, legs, and head.

Cute small baby Red-foot Tortoise in the nature. It takes around 150 days for the baby tortoises to grow inside their eggs and become ready to hatch.

Cute small baby Red-foot Tortoise in the nature. It takes around 150 days for the baby tortoises to grow inside their eggs and become ready to hatch.
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Cute small baby Red-foot Tortoise in the nature. It takes around 150 days for the baby tortoises to grow inside their eggs and become ready to hatch.

Red-footed Tortoise isolated on white background.

Red-footed Tortoise isolated on white background.
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Red-footed Tortoise isolated on white background.