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    Giant Tortoise | Mauritius

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    • Epic Road

      Giant Tortoises - The famous Aldabra Giant Tortoise is native only to the Seychelles. On many of the islands, these giants roam free. Topping out at an astonishing 660 pounds, these gentle vegetarians are just begging for an afternoon snack of leaves which they are more than happy to eat right from your hands.

    • indian-ocean-travel.com

      The giant tortoises now seen on Mauritius are all derived from grandparent stock imported from the Seychelles in the 1880s, following the recommendation of Charles Darwin.

    • Janet Graziano

      Giant Tortoise | Mauritius they can weigh as much as 660 lbs and can grow to be 4 ft long

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    • Janice Hartley

      "Tortoise" *Mauritius Island* [Photographer Riemenpix - March 7 2011]'h4d'120913

    • Purely.Simply.Photography.

      "Tortoise" Mauritius [Photographer Riemenpix - March 7 2011]

    • Ashlyn Alex

      Giant Tortoise | Mauritius - I rode this beast!

    • Laurie Shields

      Giant Tortoise---can live to over 100 years!

    • Janet Fludzinski

      Amazing Giant Tortoise | Mauritius

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