If you look close up on a tortoises head, they have one little hole at either side of there head, like us there have noise holes witch they breathe out of. I hope i helped. :D
Tortoises Do have noses (and mouths) you know! If you look closely at a tortoise's face, it has two little nostrils!
No. They cannot breathe underwater. Turtles and tortoises are reptiles.
They are called "Galapagos tortoises." They breathe through their mouth or nostrils, filling their lungs which are located on their backs. Note that people often get the name wrong and call tortoises "turtles." Turtles are water-dwelling (either sea or fresh water), have flatter shells for swimming, and are omnivorous. Tortoises are land-dwelling, are vegetarian, and have dome-shaped shells.
through their nares and mouths....tortoises don't hold their breath underwater - they don't swim..they sink and drown
They don't. They can just hold their breath for a long time. And giant tortoises don't even like water that much!
some tortoises fight others dont
no tortoises are veryy exspensive
Tortoises drink water.
yes.. tortoises can be dangerous
no tortoises do not have tails, it is a common misconception that tortoises have tails but they in actual fact do not have tails.
Turtles and Tortoises have highly similar DNA, as tortoises are a subgroup of turtles.
No they don't ! Tortoises are vegetarians !
No, desert tortoises are diurnal.
No. There are no true native tortoises in Australia.
Tortoises have four legs that they walk with.
No, tortoises have scales and no hair.
NO orange tortoises are not poisonous
Yes, tortoises are endangered animals
none, tortoises lay eggs
Turtles and tortoises are reptiles
tortoises lay eggs
Yes it depends which type of tortoises you have
Genius, all tortoises chew.
Yes, ants do bite desert tortoises and baby desert tortoises are in the most danger. If you keep tortoises outside, it is important to make sure ants cannot get to them.
A turtle is bigger because tortoises are minnie
Yes. Tortoises reproduce by laying eggs.