Seychelles endangered animal : Aldabra giant tortoise
The Aldabra giant tortoise is endemic to the Seychelles. A very large tortoise, a long-lived animal that is said to have a lifespan of around 200 years. It is recorded to have lived for 255 years, which means it can live much longer than humans. This tortoise is classified in the genus Aldabra giant tortoise in the reptile order Tortoise family, and has been introduced to Mauritius and Tanzania in recent years. However, this turtle is an endangered species and its population continues to decline.