These tortoise figurines are all works of art and the details are just amazing. I wouldn't be surprised if they suddenly move, walk and eat. They look so alive. Get one now before they're forever gone.
Arranged from the top moving clockwise: 1) Leopard tortoise, 2) Indian Star, 3) Radiated tortoise, juvenile 4) Sulcata, 5) Yniphora, and 6) Radiated tortoise, baby. Click the photos above for more details.
Note that I am located in Manila, Philippines. Currently, I can only ship to the United States via UPS. I am unable to ship to other countries because of Paypal's limitation to support varying shipping costs.
For buyers in the Philippines, please contact me via my Facebook page so that we can arrange a meet-up within Metro Manila. I can also ship via LBC to Philippine provinces. http://www.facebook.com/sodatort
Even my tortoises are not sure whether they're real or not.
More photos in my Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/sodatort
Below are some tortoise figurines from my personal collection. These are all high-quality, hand painted replicas made of high grade polyresin. These replicas are very detailed and weigh similar to the real thing.
The details are just incredible - shape of the shell, the lines of each scute in the carapace, plastron, texture of the scales in the legs and head, the shape of the beak, tail, eyes. I don't even have to comment about the true-to-life colors as you can see from the photos below.
Tags: Tortoise Replica, Species, Radiated tortoise, Leopard tortoise, Redfoot tortoise, Yniphora (Ploughshare tortoise), Star tortoise, Sulcata tortoise
These tortoise replicas look like the real thing! I've added real (live) tortoises in the below photos. Try to spot which are replicas and which are not. In some photos it's obvious! But in some, you'll have to take a second look. Enjoy!
Some tortoises below are actually preserved tortoises. These tortoises unfortunately passed away. A pet's death always causes tremendous sadness. It's so difficult to accept the fact that they're gone. Thanks to our vet, we were able to keep our dear tortoises by having them preserved. Can you spot them below? In the next 2 photos, there are 2 preserved torts! You can try. I know it's difficult to differenciate the real tortoise, preserved tortoise and the tortoise replicas!
As mentioned earlier, I have some tortoises that are were preserved by my vet. Here are a few below. Some are beside the replicas so it might not be obvious. I've also included some of my old collection of tortoise figurines bought from China, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Philippines.
Can you see which tortoises are preserved?