World’s Oldest Tortoise At 344 Years Living In Ogbomoso Palace Is Dead

2 years ago ezekiel 0

The old animal was 344 years and had been in the palace for more than three centuries.

Tribune broke the death of Algba (name of the dead tortoise) which is a major point of attraction in Ogbomoso and by extension Nigeria.

According to Tribune, it reports: 344-year-old tortoise “A 344-year-old tortoise popularly known as Alagba, in the palace of the Soun of Ogbomoso, is dead.

The scared tortoise which was the oldest in Africa, was sick for a few days before her demise on Thursday.

“The tortoise became a popular breed upon ascension of the throne of the current Soun of Ogbomosoland, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi with the monarch providing good shelter and health support for the tortoise during its sojourn on earth.”

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