Scientific Name: Testudo kleinmanni
Found In: Deserts, scrublands and dry woodlands in Northern Egypt and northeastern Libya
Size: Up to 5 inches long
Diet: Herbivore – Leaves and flowers of desert plants
Threat Level: Critically endangered. They are threatened by habitat loss, over-collection for the pet trade and resource competition
Facts: Females lay clutches of 1 to 5 eggs in shallow depressions beneath bushes or in abandoned rodent burrows.