A customer of Tortstork kindly took this video of him unboxing his sulcata tortoise egg.
This Greek tortoise took almost 48 hours to hatch and its all caught on this short video.
Marginated tortoise laying eggs
egg was laid on 7/6/17. Proven fertile via candling. Shipped on 9/19/17. Delivered on 9/20/17.
This little russian baby was laid on 6/4/17 and hatched on on 8/20/17. It is still in the incubator and eating its first meal On 8/22/17.
If you look closely, you will see the tortoise embryo moving inside the egg.
You can see the the embryo moving inside the egg.
tortoise moving inside egg
This tortoise was born without eyes or a nose. I hand fed this tortoise for 14 days. On the 14th day it was found dead in its enclosure. It lived a lot longer then it would have in nature. w named it Mr. Magoo
This is a video that a customer sent me. He went live on his Facebook page while he was opening his egg that was shipped to him the day after it was laid. He recently candled the egg on day 25 and it was fertile!
A pair of greek tortoises making sure their future lives on.
This is a time lapse of a Russian tortoise hatching.
A baby marginated tortoise hatching over a time lapse.
A pair of russian tortoises making sure this future lives on.
This is a time lapse of a Russian tortoise laying eggs.
This is a surveillance video of a ground hog attacking a greek tortoise. This female tortoise survived.