The baby turtle
One of the creatures with the longest lifespans is the African spotted tortoise.
It is not unusual for them to live for over a hundred years. They actually live between 50 and 150 years.
However, spurred tortoises have been reported to live far longer than that.
Consider a 150-year-old woman spending time with her four-day-old children as an illustration; isn’t that just the cutest thing ever?
Absolutely, and a landscape photographer captured some adorable pictures of them!
Following a 16-week hatching period, eight young tiny tortoise puppies were delivered to the Nyiregyhaza Zoological Sanctuary in Hungary.
The Telegraph reports that these infants were less than a tenth of their mother’s size, weighing about 0.05 pounds and standing 0.18 feet tall.
These people are the first of their kind to be born: zookeepers.
A conservation biologist named Attila Balazs took advantage of the opportunity to get some gorgeous pictures of the endearing scenes of the young animals happily sat on their mother taking a sunbath!
The third most common type of tortoise is the African spur tortoise. They originate from the Sahara desert in Africa and can weigh up to 175–180 kilos.