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Five Western Swamp Tortoises bred at Adelaide Zoo to be transferred to Perth Zoo next week for eventual release into the wild

Five Western Swamp Tortoises bred at Adelaide Zoo to be transferred to Perth Zoo next week for eventual release into the wild

Bragança Paulista safest online betting sites THESE little tortoises are ready to provide a helping hand to their critically endangered species.

7 free slots Bred at Adelaide Zoo over the past two years, five Western Swamp Tortoises will be transferred to Perth Zoo next week where they will be prepared for release into the wild.

gay matchmaking services in hunts point The Western Swamp Tortoise is one of Australia’s rarest and most endangered reptiles – only found in three small reserves in Western Australia.

free adult dating sites Nyíregyháza After habitat loss and predators resulted in the species’ severe decline, an intensive breeding program was established with the help of Zoos SA to build an insurance population to be released back in WA.

Five endangered Western Swamp Tortoises will be moved from Adelaide Zoo to WA next week. Picture: NAOMI JELLICOE

free pokies 4 you Adelaide Zoo spokeswoman Amy Chandler said today marks threatened species day, and the zoo has affirmed it will continue to breed a small insurance population.

https://cornetpainting.com/18-cat/dating_25.html She said a complimentary program with a new $40,000 dedicated breeding facility was also about to start at Monarto Zoo, where a male tortoise arrived from Perth Zoo last month.

Female tortoises from Adelaide Zoo will then join him in the hope they will breed later this year.