Tortoise undersides

Tortoise undersides

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Credit: PETER CHADWICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Tortoise undersides. Undersides of three African tortoises: geometric (Psammobates geometricus, left) angulate (Chersina angulata, centre) and parrot-beaked (Homopus areolatus, right). Like all members of the order Chelonia, they are protected by a horny carapace or shell. The geometric tortoise is an endangered species. Photographed in the Cape Peninsula National Park, South Africa.

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Keywords: african, angulate, animal, carapace, chelonians, chersina angulata, endangered, geometric, homopus areolatus, inverted, nature, parrot beaked, psammobates geometricus, rare, reptile, reptilia, shell, south africa, tortoises, underside, upside-down, ventral, wildlife, zoology

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