Russian Tortoise Price
Juvenile Russian Tortoises do need extra moisture; we soak ours 3 times each week in warm shallow water for about 7 - 9 minutes . Russian Tortoises are a desert species and should never have a water bowl. Constant access to greens and short, shallow soakings (3 times a week for hatchlings, twice a week for yearlings and two year olds, and once each week for adults) is their source of hydration. We also keep their substrate moist. In the wild, Russian Tortoises eat grasses and leaves, flowers and some fruit. Ours are given tortoise diet, mixed with cut veggies and calcium supplement. Romaine, cactus pads, other greens and some fruit is also given. Russian Tortoises do not often drink, the get their moisture from the metabolic moisture produced from their food. Ours bask in the low to mid 90s, with a UVB source also provided.
A great species for keepers just starting out, Russian Tortoises are one the easiest to care for, and quickly win the favor of their keepers.
* Remember, each Tortoise order comes with a free starter sample of the same Tortoise diet your Tortoise has been raised on - to order larger quantities, see the lower left side of this page. *
1: We have 3, very well started yearling Russian Tortoises: * Sorry these Tortoises have been ordered *
Shipping Size: MEDIUM
Pricing: 1 or more: $279.00/ea.
Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock
2: We have just one 3"+ two year old Russian tortoise available: *Sorry this Tortoise has been ordered*
Pricing: 1 or more: $299.00/ea.
3: We have a very nice proven breeder Russian Tortoise pair, a 5"+ male and a 7"+ female. Price for the pair: Sorry, not available.
russian tortoise for sale $75 or best offer
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