Tortoise for sale
Tortoises are land dwelling and feed on a range of plant matter. In the wild, they are active during the morning and late afternoon in search of food. The midday sun is generally to warm so most species will hide away in burrows.
Currently Unvailable Aldabrans Tortoise Geochelone gigantea
The Aldabrans Tortoise is the worlds second largest species with adults reaching sizes of 122cm and weighing 250kg. This is not a tortoise for a novice and plenty of land is required!
Currently Unvailable Bells Hinged Back Tortoise Kinixys belliana
The Bells Hinged Back Tortoise is a medium sized tropical and semi-tropical tortoise that requires higher humidity levels compared to other species.
Currently Unvailable Dwarf Hermans Tortoise Testudo hermanni hermanni
The Dwarf Hermans Tortoise is more colourful compared to the normal Hermans. They have a bright yellow shell with large amounts of black/brown patterning, they also reach a smaller size.
Currently Unvailable Egyptian Tortoise Testudo kleinmanni
The Egyptian Tortoise is an endangered species and rarely offered. They are a small species reaching an adult size of between 9 to 12cm, females being larger.
Currently Unvailable Hermann Tortoise Testudo hermanni
The Hermann tortoise is small to medium in size and is one of five species of Mediterranean tortoise from the genus Testudo, they can be found throughout Southern Europe. These are the UK’s most popular kept species of tortoise.
Currently Unvailable Homes Hinged Back Tortoise Kinixys homeana
This is a forest dwelling species found living in moist habitats close to water in Africa. This Hinged Back Tortoise is rarely offered within the pet trade.
Currently Unvailable Horsfield Tortoise Testudo horsfieldi
The Horsfield or Russian tortoise is arguably the most popular pet species of tortoise out there due to their smaller size and hardy nature. They are ideal for beginners into the reptile hobby who are interested in keeping Chelonian species.
Currently Unvailable Indian Star Tortoise Geochelone elegans
The Indian Star Tortoise is a striking species. Each star is centered on a pyramidal bump on the shell, the females have a bumper shell compared to males. This tortoise grows between at size of 20-30cm, females being larger.
Currently Unvailable Leopard Tortoise Geochelone pardalis
Leopard Tortoises reach an adult size of 18", they are the worlds fourth largest species. They have a yellowish coloured shell with black dots, hence the name.
Currently Unvailable Marginated Tortoise Testudo marginata
The Marginated Tortoise can only be found in parts of Greece and southern Albania, they have also been introduced in Sardinia and Tuscany, Italy.
Currently Unvailable Mediterranean Spur-Thighed Tortoise Testudo graeca ibera
The Spur-Thighed tortoise or Greek Tortoise as it also known by, is one of five species of Mediterranean tortoise. It is commonly confused with the Hermans tortoise but there are distinct differences.
Currently Unvailable Pancake Tortoise Malacochersus tornieri
The Pancake Tortoise really does look like a pancake with its flattened shell. They are a small species growing to an adult size of 6-7 inches and have beautifully patterned shell.
Currently Unvailable Red Foot Tortoise Geochelone carbonaria
Red Foot Tortoise are medium sized from Northern South America. They have red scales present on the legs and head.
Currently Unvailable Sulcata Tortoise Geochelone sulcata
The Sulcata or Giant African Spur Thigh Tortoise is the second largest mainland tortoise in the world.
Currently Unvailable Yellow Foot Tortoise Geochelone denticulata
Yellow Foot Tortoise reach an adult size of 16-20 inches, some can be as large as 28 inches, but this is rare. They can be found in South America over a wide range from Bolivia through Brazil.