Latin name Manouria emys
This baby Burmese Mountain Tortoise is a captive bred beauty! (unsexed). It’s about 5” in length and 1 year old.
Burmese Mountain Tortoises are critically endangered in the wild which is why their continued captive breeding by responsible herp enthusiasts and professional facilities is so important.
They are the fourth largest tortoise species in the world, weighing up to 200lbs!
For habitat, they require high humidity and a temperature range of 75 degrees F on the cool side and 85 degrees F on the warm side. Plenty of UVB during the day is crucial as well!
They are omnivores who enjoy a variety of dark leafy greens, tropical fruits and edible mushrooms as well as insects and some meat.