Adopted by Mary Staublin until June 7, 2021 and named 'Daisy' | EBT #AF180402 Extremely shy. After 30 minutes, this was the furthest she would come out of her shell. She is missing her left arm and has been rehabilitated by CNC. Fun Fact: This turtle starred in the movie Shaft (told you they live a long time).
EBT #AF180403 This bold male is missing his left hand and forearm. Nevertheless, hhe still gets around very well. He was rehabilitated by CNC. Fun Fact: Even with three legs, this turtle once outraced a dog.
Adopted by Andria Holtzman until May 28, 2021 and named 'Tank', adopted again by Shannon Dunne until May 28, 2022 | EBT #AF180404. This poor guy was hit by a car. He is missing his left foot, and his carapace is severely and permanently damaged. He still carries on like a boss. This turtle was rehabilitated by CNC. Fun Fact: This turtle is not even the least bit self-conscious about his dramatic shell cracks.
Adopted by Melissa Brown until March 7, 2021 and named 'Ricardo' | EBT #AF180412. This tough guy has a permanently cracked plastron that has healed, as much as possible, due to the care of the CNC. He is clearly on the shy side, but at least you can see the beautiful colors on his neck and arms. Fun Fact: This turtle once saved a family from a burning building.
Adopted permanently by Anthony Mandica and named 'Peggy' | EBT #AF180413. This lovely lady was a long-term captive that suffered from severe malnutrition resulting in shell deformity. Unfortunately, this is common even with the most well-minded people. Fun Fact: She once defended her previous owners from a would-be burglar.
Adopted by Tanya Pavlus until May 4, 2022 and named 'Toogi Toogii' | EBT #AF180414. This lovely lady was also a long-term captive that suffered from severe malnutrition resulting in shell deformity. Unfortunately, this is common even with the most well-minded people. Fun Fact: When she thinks no one is listening, she can sing a few lines from Hamilton.
To Symbolically Adopt a Turtle ($30/year), simply fill out the form below. You will need to know the accession number of the turtle (the number listed with each turtle) and the new name if you wish to provide an adoptive name. If you are adopting a turtle for someone else, please include their name in the comments box provided during checkout.