Baby Greek Tortoise one of the five species of tortoise from the Mediterranean. It can be a range of colors, including black, dark yellow, gold, and brown. This tortoise is named for the patterns on its shell, which have the different colored dots and the borders of a traditional Greek mosaic.
How big can a Greek tortoise grow?
Depending on the subspecies, Greek tortoises will grow to between 5 and 8 inches. Some examples of T. g. ibera may attain 10 or 11 inches, but this is rare.
- Testudo graeca
- Captive Bred
- Too Young To Sex
- Approximately 2 Inches In Shell Length
- Fantastic Tortoises With Golden Colored Shells And Greek Mosaic Styled Black Patterns
- Voracious Little Foragers Feeding On Fresh Veggies, Fruits
- Indigenous To North Africa, Southwest Asia, And Southern Europe
- With Proper Care And Handling These Tortoises Can Live 50 – 100+ Years In Captivity
- Adults Are Growing To Sizes Of 6 – 8 Inches In Shell Length
- Coming From Its Natural Environment Of Rocky Hills, Mediterranean Scrub-land, Forests, Fields, And Meadows
- We recommend Higher Humid And Warm Temperatures For These Tortoises With Hiding Spots, Water Dishes, With A 50/50 Mixture Of Loose And Bark Substrate
Baby Greek Tortoise