Noun(1) usually herbivorous land turtles having clawed elephant-like limbs; worldwide in arid area except Australia and Antarctica
(1) Here the King of the Jungle was a giant vegetarian tortoise , and there were no large predators of any kind.(2) I shot one sequence of a small female tortoise foiling a large male's mating attempts by quickly spinning around under his huge shell - a behavior I'd seen many times but never before captured.(3) Baby One Thousand, along with 64 tortoise brothers and sisters, is aboard, too, in a well-ventilated crate on deck.(4) Therefore, though not excluding the presence of intrasexual selection in tortoise mating system, it seems likely that females are the choosy sex.(5) Normally the pavements were so crowded with prams and shopping trolleys and people stopping to chat, you had to walk in the road on the far side of parked cars if you wanted to progress at anything more than tortoise pace.(6) you are a tortoise on the uptake today(7) The testudo, the tortoise formation, involved raising the scutums into a shell.(8) Fortunately, it landed on the tortoise and established a strong bond.(9) Persistence and tenacity, not to say downright stubbornness, are qualities that all tortoise owners will recognize.(10) This mechanism is consistent with G. agassizii's propensity to relax homeostasis and appears critical to desert tortoise survival and reproduction.(11) However, patterns of rainfall and tortoise reproduction are different in the Sonoran Desert.(12) Our goal was to place G. berlandieri in the greater context of turtle and tortoise life history strategies.(13) There the hippo immediately ran to Mzee, a 130-year-old Aldabran tortoise who resides at the Haller Park sanctuary.(14) A turtle lives in the water, a tortoise lives on land.(15) I've been fascinated by tortoises and turtles for a long time and I collect tortoise / turtle knick-knacks and figurines.(16) The children are also learning to march like a tortoise as the Romans did, with shields at their side and on top.
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