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Star Tortoise

He was the star attraction at the Jaipur House, Mount Abu.





From the minute Samhith laid eyes on him (or her), he was captivated. We stayed at the hotel for 3 days, and every morning, afternoon, evening and night we spent there, Samhith just HAD to go to the garden to check if he was eating/sleeping/just sitting there, or maybe hiding from all the attention he was getting!



The Star tortoise was definitely the star of the hotel!

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  1. Baby Sebamed IndiaOctober 4, 2011 at 12:54 PM

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