They are known to become active when their body temperature reaches 20° C.
Activity is greatest at dawn as opposed to dusk or late afternoon.
It avoids the dryer western and north-western regions of the country.
The Leopard Tortoise is the most common species of tortoise in Namibia.
The Nama Padloper Tortoise is an endemic tortoise species of Namibia.
They become active after rains when they can be seen crossing roads.
Speke's Hinged Tortoises tend to be more active in the rainy season.
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