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    andrew mark

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    Guard the Innocent Turtles

    Published: September 28, 2020

    Redfoot Tortoise: These tortoises are popular as pets as they live longer and very low maintenance. They do not hibernate but slow down in cold seasons even if they are inside the house. Log on http://www.tortoise.com/

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    Guard the Innocent Turtles

    • 1. Slide1 Guard the Innocent Turtles www.tortoise.com
    • 2. Slide2 Turtles and tortoise are the innocent sea creatures that play a vital role in health of the land and the oceans. Marine biologists say that the existence of the sea turtles is very important for the well-being of our eco-system. www.tortoise.com
    • 3. Slide3 §Leopard tortoise: Leopard tortoises are mostly found in savannah as they are well adapted to the semi-dry weather. These tortoises stay active during the day times and sleep early to avoid cold night times. §Redfoot Tortoise: These tortoises are popular as pets as they live longer and very low maintenance. They do not hibernate but slow down in cold seasons even if they are inside the house. www.tortoise.com
    • 4. Slide4 §Sulcata Tortoise: They are big in size and good as house pet due to their size and long life.They are the third largest tortoise species in the world. This tortoise species needs specific housing conditions and particular vegetarian diet. §Protect Turtles and Tortoises: Turtles and tortoise are under immense pressure from their habitat loss and they have been exploited by pet trade. Several organisations are working to protect these animals from such conditions and are creating a favourable environment for them to survive. www.tortoise.com
    • 5. Slide5 §Donations for Turtle: We can do our bit by donating to certain authorised organisations that help in the conservation of these turtles. The donations are used to pay wages to the community-based turtle patrollers who patrol the beaches during the night to protect eggs from predators and keep eggs safe till they hatch and reach the ocean. www.tortoise.com
    • 6. Slide6 American Tortoise Rescue 30765 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, California 90265 310-589-5521 Thanks For Watching