30 May '11, 3am

Threatened Tortoise Finds New Romance at Age 130

Al is the zoo's oldest and largest male tortoise; at 130-years-old, he weighs in at approximately 550 pounds -- but despite his well-fed appearance, Al's been starved of one thing in particular. The last encounter Al had with a lady tortoise was back in 1983, the year his female companion died. Since then, Al has been sharing his enclosure with another long-time bachelor, Tex, who at age 90, hasn't seen a female since the late 1980s. But despite the perks of singledom, the two tortoises were enlisted to help preserve their species -- by getting down to business and making babies.

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