THE NORTH AFRICAN TORTOISE
The North African tortoise is called Testudo Graeca, it was discovered in the 1760s along the entirety of the coast from northwest of Morocco to north-eastern Libya and also in Tunisia and Algeria.
This diurnal and herbivorous creature frequents Mediterranean forests and semi-desert dunes.
In Morocco it is found in woods of oak, forests of argan trees, acacias and in the plains in bushy vegetation and sandy soils.
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