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A critically endangered and federally endangered, yearling radiated tortoise (Astrochelys radiata) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A critically endangered, male ploughshare tortoise (Astrochelys yniphora) at the Turtle Conservancy. This is the most endangered tortoise species in the world, with less than 500 in the wild and a few hundred in captivity.

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Critically endangered and federally endangered, yearling radiated tortoises (Astrochelys radiata) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A critically endangered, male ploughshare tortoise (Astrochelys yniphora) at the Turtle Conservancy. This is the most endangered tortoise species in the world, with less than 500 in the wild and a few hundred in captivity.

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A common padloper tortoise (Homopus areolatus) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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An endangered, male Okinawa black-breasted leaf turtle, Geoemyda japonica, at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A common padloper tortoise (Homopus areolatus) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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An endangered, male Okinawa black-breasted leaf turtle, Geoemyda japonica, at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A common padloper tortoise (Homopus areolatus) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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An endangered, male Okinawa black-breasted leaf turtle, Geoemyda japonica, at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A common padloper tortoise (Homopus areolatus) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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An endangered, male Okinawa black-breasted leaf turtle, Geoemyda japonica, at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A common padloper tortoise (Homopus areolatus) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A critically endangered Palawan Island forest turtle (Siebenrockiella leytensis) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A common padloper tortoise (Homopus areolatus) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A critically endangered Palawan Island forest turtle (Siebenrockiella leytensis) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A Mexican spotted wood turtle (Rhinoclemmys rubida rubida) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A Mexican spotted wood turtle (Rhinoclemmys rubida rubida) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A Mexican spotted wood turtle (Rhinoclemmys rubida rubida) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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A Mexican spotted wood turtle (Rhinoclemmys rubida rubida) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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Critically endangered, yearling Burmese star tortoises (Geochelone platynota) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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Critically endangered, yearling Burmese star tortoises (Geochelone platynota) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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Critically endangered and federally endangered, yearling radiated tortoises (Astrochelys radiata) at the Turtle Conservancy.

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