I have a baby tortoise- no idea what kind it is, or how to care for it
My roommate brought 2 home a few months ago. Has killed 1, & provided little or nothing 4 the 2nd. I know very little about them, but want to help the poor little guy. I spent 3 days trying unsuccessfully to i.d.- maybe a sulcata?-all I really learned was how ignorant I am & how many different kinds there are. I don't want to do harm, but I have to do SOMETHING- please help.
Try to put a picture on so some one can help I know to feed romain lettucs sprinkle calcium on it they need at least 12 hour of reptail light and some sun if you can you can find pic on the Internet on tortoise I'm new myself I have 2 babies tortoise sulcata hope this helps
by SwordofManticorE 6 years ago
Is it just for God to be "kind to the evil and unthankful," in their present life? (Luke 6:35)
by Ericka Bridges 17 months ago
Why do you think kind hearted people are the most mistreated?
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