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Date Uploaded:
26 Mar 2011
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2011 Apr -
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Gopher Tortoise - Gopherus Polyphemus
The Gopher Tortoise is a slow moving land dwelling reptile. The The Gopher Tortoise is a herbivore, eating mostly grass, herbs, leaves, fruits, and berries. It lives in dry sandy areas, where it digs long burrows underground that can accommodate up to 36 other animals.

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