Do you want to refer to a female tortoise, specifically? Are you looking for the right term to call them? Well, interestingly, you’re going to be a little disappointed. Here is why.
So, what is a female tortoise called? A female tortoise is called a tortoise, or a female tortoise – there is no official name used to differentiate them from males. That being said, female tortoises may be called hatchlings if they have recently hatched or are still young.
And if they are part of a group of eggs then it gets even less personal.
During this time, they’re typically called clutch.
Or a clutch of eggs.
A male tortoise is called a tortoise, or a male tortoise – there is no official name used to differentiate them from males. That being said, male tortoises are typically called hatchlings if they have recently hatched or are still young.
A baby tortoise is called a hatchling.
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