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wizzasmum

Member Since 07 May 2015
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In Topic: Back After Almost Three Years

27 June 2021 - 04:16 PM

Thanks! Well, years ago I visited her website.
 
Horsfieldiis are kept relatively dry compared to mediterranian tortoises. Perhaps this caused some confusion.



Horsfields have the same humidity requirements as the Med species. Humidity is surprisingly high in the tunnels that they live in, even though the conditions surrounding the area are pretty dry. My horsfields lived outdoors in U.K. and hibernated naturally too. They did have covered areas but preferred the outdoors.

In Topic: 54 Today

27 June 2021 - 03:42 PM

Wow, that’s an interesting story Graham. I’m betting though, that although he was underweight, the natural life contributed to his smooth shell. He looks very much like my Sam (usually known as Sam the B) or naughty Sam by the children. My torts are spoiled too, but only in a torty way rather than the fate of so many. He’s actually a good weight for an adult male, many are around the 1kg mark. Well done Harry and of course Graham.

In Topic: Back After Almost Three Years

27 June 2021 - 09:28 AM

Here we are ...... http://graeca-home.de/

In Topic: Back After Almost Three Years

27 June 2021 - 08:09 AM

Let me see if I still have them. I remember years ago extolling the virtues of humid hides, deep substrate etc etc and then saw a post on a Tortoise Trust Forum saying this was dangerous information. How I laugh when I see they are now giving out the same advice. I bet they don’t credit myself or Editha with the knowledge though. Haha

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27 June 2021 - 08:04 AM

He’s in his prime Graham. Did you have him as a hatchling? Lucky to know his actual age