ABSTRACT. Here we present data on the morphology and habits of male and female individuals of Chelonoidis carbonaria and on their diet based on scat. Abstract. In the Bolivian Chaco, the tortoise Chelonoidis carbonaria is an important reptile for indigenous people for subsistence purposes and in traditional. Family, Testudinidae Batsch, – Tortoises. Genus, Chelonoidis Fitzinger, Species, Chelonoidis carbonaria (Spix, ) – Red-footed Tortoise.

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