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  • Você com certeza já deve ter visto um jabuti na casa de algum amigo ou familiar. É muito comum as pessoas terem esse animal, porém o que muitos não sabem é que a grande maioria vem do tráfico e são obtidos ilegalmente. 
Jabutis são animais onívoros, ou seja, comem desde folhas até carnes/ovos e muitas vezes eles não tem a dieta ideal em cativeiro, causando algumas doenças. Eles são animais que chegam a viver mais de  50 anos, o que faz que com muitas famílias desistam de cuidar e acabem abandonando o animal em praças públicas ou parques. 
Eles tem uma função muito importante na natureza: ajudam na dispersão de sementes fazendo com que a floresta esteja em constante crescimento. Quando retiramos esses animais de seu habitat, o ecossistema inteiro fica desequilibrado. 
Vamos pensar melhor antes de ter um animalzinho desse em casa? E vamos ajudar a conscientizar outras pessoas? 😉
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#jabuti #animal #quelonios #reptil #conscientizazao #trafico #biologia #biology #bio #vida #conservacao #life #naturelover #nature #animallover #love #truelove
  • Você com certeza já deve ter visto um jabuti na casa de algum amigo ou familiar. É muito comum as pessoas terem esse animal, porém o que muitos não sabem é que a grande maioria vem do tráfico e são obtidos ilegalmente.
    Jabutis são animais onívoros, ou seja, comem desde folhas até carnes/ovos e muitas vezes eles não tem a dieta ideal em cativeiro, causando algumas doenças. Eles são animais que chegam a viver mais de 50 anos, o que faz que com muitas famílias desistam de cuidar e acabem abandonando o animal em praças públicas ou parques.
    Eles tem uma função muito importante na natureza: ajudam na dispersão de sementes fazendo com que a floresta esteja em constante crescimento. Quando retiramos esses animais de seu habitat, o ecossistema inteiro fica desequilibrado.
    Vamos pensar melhor antes de ter um animalzinho desse em casa? E vamos ajudar a conscientizar outras pessoas? 😉
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    #jabuti #animal #quelonios #reptil #conscientizazao #trafico #biologia #biology #bio #vida #conservacao #life #naturelover #nature #animallover #love #truelove
  •  95  4  23 April, 2019
  • 🐢🐢🐢💟 #jabutibrasil #globalwildlife #tortoisepreserve #jabutiamigo #turtletime #fernandinagianttortoise #reptilofinstagram #quelonios #cascudo #tortoise #tartarugaterrestre #jabuti #tortuga #toetoiselife #jabutilovers #Repost @turtlesarentslow
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I CANNOT BELIEVE IM TYPING THIS: Congrats to my friend @forrest.galante for fulfilling a dream of mine and all turtle conservationists around the world by rediscovering the Fernandina Giant Tortoise. kicking myself for not going with you and having more faith...Cheers buddy and let’s go back and find her a mate! (I’ve got goosebumps that surpass when the @warriors won the championship in 2015.) 🍾 🐢 🎉 .
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Meet “Forgotten Fern,” the historic rediscovery of the Fernandina Giant tortoise of the Galápagos Islands. This animal was found by our good friend @forrest.galante and @animalplanet alongside @galapagosconservancy and @parquegalapagos. A species lost to science, the Fernandina Giant Tortoise (Chelonoidis phantasticus), was known from only a single adult male collected in 1906. Today, the first documented female has finally been found. 
A team of international turtle biologists at the Turtle Conservancy studied the photos and video of the individual animal in question and confirmed it is likely to be Chelonoidis phantasticus. "Since only one other specimen of this species has ever been found (a deceased male collected in 1906), we have never seen a female of the species," said Anders Rhodin of the Turtle Conservancy and IUCN specialist group. "The photos from the team clearly show a moderately saddle-backed, old female about half to two-thirds the size of the known male. Pending genetic confirmation, this is almost undoubtedly the lost Fernandina Giant Tortoise." In celebration of this historic discovery, the Turtle Conservancy and @global_wildlife_conservation are pledging a $100,000 match to further conservation efforts of the Fernandina Giant Tortoise in partnership with Forrest Galante and Animal Planet. To have your donation matched, go to www.globalwildlife.org.
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  • 🐢🐢🐢💟 #jabutibrasil #globalwildlife #tortoisepreserve #jabutiamigo #turtletime #fernandinagianttortoise #reptilofinstagram #quelonios #cascudo #tortoise #tartarugaterrestre #jabuti #tortuga #toetoiselife #jabutilovers #Repost @turtlesarentslow
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    I CANNOT BELIEVE IM TYPING THIS: Congrats to my friend @forrest.galante for fulfilling a dream of mine and all turtle conservationists around the world by rediscovering the Fernandina Giant Tortoise. kicking myself for not going with you and having more faith...Cheers buddy and let’s go back and find her a mate! (I’ve got goosebumps that surpass when the @warriors won the championship in 2015.) 🍾 🐢 🎉 .
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    Meet “Forgotten Fern,” the historic rediscovery of the Fernandina Giant tortoise of the Galápagos Islands. This animal was found by our good friend @forrest.galante and @animalplanet alongside @galapagosconservancy and @parquegalapagos. A species lost to science, the Fernandina Giant Tortoise (Chelonoidis phantasticus), was known from only a single adult male collected in 1906. Today, the first documented female has finally been found.
    A team of international turtle biologists at the Turtle Conservancy studied the photos and video of the individual animal in question and confirmed it is likely to be Chelonoidis phantasticus. "Since only one other specimen of this species has ever been found (a deceased male collected in 1906), we have never seen a female of the species," said Anders Rhodin of the Turtle Conservancy and IUCN specialist group. "The photos from the team clearly show a moderately saddle-backed, old female about half to two-thirds the size of the known male. Pending genetic confirmation, this is almost undoubtedly the lost Fernandina Giant Tortoise." In celebration of this historic discovery, the Turtle Conservancy and @global_wildlife_conservation are pledging a $100,000 match to further conservation efforts of the Fernandina Giant Tortoise in partnership with Forrest Galante and Animal Planet. To have your donation matched, go to www.globalwildlife.org.
    2 MINUTES AGO
  •  231  10  22 April, 2019