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Breeding tortoises in Sardinia (Italy)

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Breeding tortoises in Sardinia (Italy)

Postby testudosardinia » Sun Dec 21, 2014 4:51 pm

Hello, I live in Sardinia (Italy) and I breed tortoises legally held, have the cites European source C (commercial source) and microchip.
I can sell them worldwide through export permit.
I breed sardinian Testudo Marginata, sardinian Testudo Hermanni Hermanni and sardinian Testudo graeca (I am only breeder in the world of sardinian Testudo graeca graeca).
I invite you to visit my website: http://www.testudosardinia.com
My facebook page: TestudoSardinia
Hello soon
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Re: Breeding tortoises in Sardinia (Italy)

Postby Slangkop » Mon Dec 22, 2014 9:51 am

Hi and welcome!
I visited your website.Looks well done and has nice pictures,but i don't speak italian.
Unfortunately we are not allowed to import any exotic tortoises into south africa.
Anyhow,nice tortoises you got and keep up the good work!
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Re: Breeding tortoises in Sardinia (Italy)

Postby testudosardinia » Mon Dec 22, 2014 7:24 pm

Sorry for my bad english! Why you can not import any kind of exotic tortoises?
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Re: Breeding tortoises in Sardinia (Italy)

Postby Slangkop » Tue Dec 23, 2014 7:05 am

Because nature conservation doesn't allow us to do so.
The reason behind it is probably that they are worried about them becoming invasive or spreading diseases to our local tortoise populations.
I have been told that there is some kind of a herpes virus,that is quite common in captive hermanni tortoise populations.
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