Angonoka tortoise Louis LÃ©chaudel
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Zoological study of the male angonoka tortoise Astrochelys yniphora(here styled Testudo hyniphora). The reptile is shown in a landscape at a forest edge with water. A second tortoise, sheltering in its shell, appears in the background. The tortoise is native to Madagascar and was first described by LÃ©on Vaillant in 1885.
- Image reference: RS-11408
- The Royal Society
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