Giant tortoises released into the wild after repopulation program’s success | ABC News

15 giant tortoises who lived in captivity for decades while in a repopulation program were released into the wild in the Galapagos Islands after the program’s success.

Diego, one of the tortoises, is likely 100 years old and has about 800 descendants. https://abcn.ws/2N49OI7

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