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Scotty Allen
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PostSubject: Myanmar habitat photos ...   Mon 1 Dec - 6:12

I have a request for anyone who has done any field work in Myanmar. I am currently setting up a large indoor enclosure for my Manouria emys, and would like to make it as natural appearing as possible in an indoor setting. The tortoises go outside in the summertime, but I would like to make their indoor, winter quarters a bit of a showpiece if possible.

I would certainly appreciate any photos anyone has of their natural habitat.

Thank you in advance.
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PostSubject: Re: Myanmar habitat photos ...   Mon 1 Dec - 17:35

Hi Scotty,
maybe you could ask Laughing Dr. Google to show you your decoration of your indoor enclosure. In my Books is nothing really usefull to find about the habitiat of your turtle.
To make things worse the infos are that these turtles live from India, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and even in Vietnam.

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PostSubject: Re: Myanmar habitat photos ...   Mon 1 Dec - 18:22

Thanks for the suggestion Jörg. I have an extensive library and as you mention, there is really nothing in any of the books that is useful. I was hoping that perhaps some of our members who have travelled in southeast Asia may have some photos.
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PostSubject: Re: Myanmar habitat photos ...   Tue 11 May - 11:01

Scotty, Hi there. Vic Morgan here in Florida has been breeding them for over a decade in big numbers. Contact him as they're easy to breed...thanks...I've found them in valleys in the mountains in Thailand and Malaysia. These valley's sometimes flood and that is why they build their nest above ground like an alligator nest...thanks
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