by Kerry Herwynen McIntosh
Here we have a fine example of the Lapis Fabrullis Testudo, found in a local flower pot.
Although still abundant worldwide, they are all but impossible to spot in the wild. Even close to civilization, they are so exquisitely adapted to their surroundings that they go largely unnoticed by most.
Children, due to their proximity to the ground, are far more likely to spot the slow moving creatures during mating season, (year-round in our part of the world), and often collect the newly laid eggs. 🙂
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