Sahara Desert

Size and Weight : Males reach reproductive maturity at around 5 years old or a length of about 15 inches, while females reach reproductive maturity at around 7 years old or a length of about 17 inches. Males have longer tails than females. Their weight ranges between 36-50 kilograms.

Physical Characteristics

- They don't have front teeth on the upper jaw.

- Their fur is commonly used to make clothing and blankets.

- They have 52 recognized fur colors.

- They are cud-chewing animals with three stomachs.

- Their soft feet prevent damage to grass when walking


Flat carapace. When young, their bodies are white to yellow-brown.

As they mature, their carapace develops into brown and yellow hues.

Fun Facts

- Neat, gentle, and non-aggressive.

- They are adept walkers and can move swiftly.

MONDAY - FRIDAY 10.00 - 18.00

SATURDAY- SUNDAY 09.30 - 18.00


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