While spending 2 weeks in Loreto, Baja Sur Mexico
we had the pleasure of meeting little Houdini...
a year old tortoise! So darn cute!
And here are his parents Barney and Vida!
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So cute is that Houdini, but he could have been called Speedy too.ReplyDelete
Houdini is determined to go places, isn't he!ReplyDelete
So cute. Tortoises are always thought of as being slow, but are remarkably fast for their size.ReplyDelete
AWW! I agree sooo cute had to laugh at Speedy 🐢 :-)ReplyDelete
Have an Houdinitastic week Kathe 👍
nice to see turtles, we don´t have any in Sweden.ReplyDelete
Wow! I like the little Houdini and turtles in general.ReplyDelete
All the time I read about some creatures that lives more than humans, I asked myself how to find a way of communication...
Thanks for sharing the images with your new friends!
Happy WW and a fine week!
They have very interesting shells.ReplyDelete
Another beautiful header.ReplyDelete
Houdini you are quick as greased lightning and I bet your pawrents have a time keeping up with you
Aw, so adorable. What a wonderful name for the little guy. I would have been there to feed them.ReplyDelete
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Cute Houdini. I didn't know tortoise can move that fast.ReplyDelete
What a great turtle you found ~ Houdini ~ fun photos and time for you ~ XoReplyDelete
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WoW! Look at those turtle! They are HUGE!ReplyDelete
Little Houdini is quite energetic. I have a feeling that he (?) is a little bit of a troublemaker. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Such a sweet little family.ReplyDelete