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Question: I think my tortoise is constipated. What would cause this and how do I prevent it in the future?
Answer: The first thing we need to discuss is your tortoise’s appetite. Your tortoise will have a greatly diminished appetite if it is constipated.
We love talking about birds and helping others enjoy birds and birdwatching. This is a question we are often asked by new wild bird enthusiasts.
Question: Where should I hang my hummingbird feeders?
A youngster or inexperienced turtle person may drop the turtle possibly resulting in injury to the turtle. Therefore, I would like to offer these steps to handling your turtle safely. First, be prepared for the turtle’s reaction.
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