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I live in the UK an during the winter I keep mine in a really well insulated brick building 60sqm heated by gas and basking lamps expensive but worth it.
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Posted by Anonymous, Apr 11, 2016 09:11 PM

“Dear Ken Foose,
I read your article on the aldabra tortoise and was wondering if they could live in Wyoming. I have been wanting to get one for a while now and I don’t want to harm them if I put them in too hot or too cold of a climate. at often times in the summer it is about the required head, but in the winter it has got to -20 degrees, and i’m not sure if heat lamps, insulation in the inclosure, and some blankets would do it. It would be devastating if I got a new life long (and longer) parter and then lost him to the cold. So I would like an opinion for if I should get one. Please contact me at briannawarner2010@yahoo.com or if you have first class I would prefer that (Brianna K, Warner) I am a student at Casper Classical Academy if that helps you find me on first class (not sure). I apologize for my last message I forgot to adress you

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Sincerely- Brianna Warner
Posted by Anonymous, Nov 10, 2015 05:38 PM

“I read your article and was wondering if they could live in Wyoming. I have been wanting to get one for a while now and I don’t want to harm them if I put them in too hot or too cold of a climate. at often times in the summer it is about the required head, but in the winter it has got to -20 degrees, and i’m not sure if heat lamps, insulation in the inclosure, and some blankets would do it. It would be devastating if I got a new life long (and longer) parter and then lost him to the cold. So I would like an opinion for if I should get one. Please contact me at briannawarner2010@yahoo.com or if you have first class I would prefer that (Brianna K, Warner) I am a student at Casper Classical Academy if that helps you find me on first class (not sure).

Sincerely- Brianna Warner
Posted by Anonymous, Nov 10, 2015 05:32 PM