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Turtle, Terrapin and Tortoise

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(02-22-2019, 08:47 AM)Sanju Wrote: World’s largest bee, once presumed extinct, filmed alive in the wild

Tortoise thought to be extinct for 113 years has been rediscovered on the Galapagos

Forward from Rediscovered species, Ecuador confirmed that the Fernandina Tortoise (Chelonoidis phantasticus, which was considered to be extinct for over a century, prior to rediscovery in 2019) is still in existence in the Galapagos Islands

Pictures of the Fernandina Tortoise in Santa Cruz, the Galapagos Islands, on the 10th of July 2019, credit: Galapagos National Park
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