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I'm thinking about moving our school pet, which is an Eastern Box Tortoise, to place where he will be with several of his own kind (at a local institution called "The Nature Center").
Will this do him any good, or would it be just as nice to him to leave him alone in his cage?
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Anyone who attempts to answer this is full of crap. Who could really say what Mr. Turtle wants. Maybe Sigmund Box the turtle shrink
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I think any animal living in a natural place really suited for it will be more happy.
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I agree, any turtle (and any animal in general) will be more happy in a more natural environment suited for it. I think you would be making the right decision. Good luck.
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The Turtle will most likely feel at home with contact with its own species and Environment.
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