World’s rarest tortoises get lifeline with new shelter at Singapore Zoo
The Ploughshare Tortoise, Radiated Tortoise and Burmese Star Tortoise will be given a helping hand to stave off extinction at the Singapore Zoo’s Tortoise Shell-ter.
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http://theeaglesvoice.org/18-cat/casino_49.html In a press release, the Wildlife Reserves Singapore said the Tortoise Shell-ter will feature the Ploughshare Tortoise, Radiated Tortoise and Burmese Star Tortoise, making it one of the Zoo’s exhibits with greater conservation and educational values.
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extra vegas casino no deposit bonus Hsinchu A Southern River Terrapin hatchling emerging from its shell. More than 50 terrapins have been bred since 2007, says Wildlife Reserves Singapore. (Photo: WRS)
Bataysk precio medicamento stromectol In addition to featuring threatened species, the Tortoise Shell-ter is also a sanctuary for some former victims of the illegal wildlife trade which have been confiscated and sent to Singapore Zoo, such as the Indian Star Tortoise.