Red-footed tortoises have a concave, bumpy shell. Male red-footed tortoises are typically larger than female red-footed tortoises.
- Males and females use head movements as signals to identify each other.
- Females bury five to 15 eggs in nests excavated in leaf litter on the forest floor
- Males compete for breeding access by trying to turn the other on its back.
|Conservation status||Not Listed|