leopard tortoise for sale
Tortoise Town’s tortoise farm has the nicest captive-bred leopard tortoise for sale!
Here at Tortoise Town’s tortoise farm, all of our leopard tortoise for sale are captively bred. Originally leopard tortoises are from Africa and are the 2nd largest tortoise on the continent of Africa. When considering purchasing a leopard tortoise for sale cheap, keep in mind they grow to just about 12-16″. Giant South African leopard tortoise for sale, the larger cousin, is large, much larger than it’s smaller East African cousin.
Leopard tortoises for sale cheap sound too large of a tortoise for you to handle? No problem!
Smaller species of tortoise
ILooking for a tiny tortoise or a small tortoise for sale? Typically, you will be shopping within the “Testudo tortoise” family. Small tortoise species range in size at full adulthood between 4 and 8 inches. Unlike other tortoise farms, all of our baby tortoises are hand raised at tortoise town. By doing this, we can ensure they’re friendly, outgoing, and curious for human interaction.
- Egyptian tortoises
- Hermann tortoise
- Western Hermanns tortoise
- Eastern Hermann tortoise
- Russian tortoises for sale
- greek tortoise
- Indian star tortoise
Medium Sized tortoisesp
Besides small and large tortois, Tortoise town has a large variety of captive-bred baby tortoise hatchlings for sale. Some medium-sized tortoises include the popular and colorful red-footed tortoise, yellow foot tortoise and cherry head.
medium sized tortoise species available:
Leopard tortoises will appear in both medium and large as they are right in between, growing 11-16″. Giant leopard tortoise can reach 18-24″ and should be considered large.
- Sri Lankan Star Tortoise
- Burmese star tortoise
- red foot tortoise
- yellow foot tortoise
- cherry head tortoise
- Ibera Greek tortoise
- Golden Greek tortoise
- Elongated tortoise
- leopard tortoise
Larger species of tortoise include the popular leopard tortoise for sale
Some Larger species of tortoise include African leopard tortoise for sale that reach a size of 14-48″ in total shell length once mature. Of all species of leopard torts, the most common larger tortoises are the African Sulcata and leopard tortoise. Both of these tortoises naturally occur in Africa.
Whereas the Giant leopard tortoise of South Africa, also known as Pardalis Pardalis, can grow up to 24″. The largest species of tortoise in the world are going to be the Galapagos tortoise and the Giant Aldabra tortoise. There are many other types of baby tortoises including many captive bred baby tortoises for sale options including: