First ever Adamantortoise arrives on Earth. Mistakenly denounced as Alligator/Dinosaur.

First ever public Adamantortoise washes

ashore on Russian coastline

This is the astonishing moment when fantasy became reality as the first ever Adamantortoise arrived on Earth.

Giant Turtle Escapes Chinese Cooking Pot In RussiaInitially reported by the Daily Mail UK, a ‘dinosaur like turtle’ they call it, has been discovered ashore Russian coastline. Arriving on the Amur river in Russia, the tortoise is said to have strayed from its original waters of South America. The main further add it is identified as an alligator, snapping turtle.

Well it isn’t. It’s an Adamantortoise. Seriously. It is. People who ‘identify’ have no clue and will lean towards the closest reptile like thing they can add credibility to. This is an Adamantortoise, and Adamantortoise and Adamant are widely proven subjects, should you do the research, even Google (dare I say it) has it.

Final Fantasy lovers will recognise the beast, most prominent in the series at PS One version FF VIII, washed up on the shores of Dollet. While no-one wants to assume this fiction is reality, it is time to stop being so anal about such issues and realise the truth. There is no shame in identifying the right type of (mammal?) identification.

The hard surfaced tortoise shell ghastly was posted online by discoverer Anastasia Steshina, adding

When we saw it, we did not even realise that it was a turtle. It reminded us of a dinosaur.

Below is an excerpt from the Mail’s website, Mail Online, adding some detailed history of the aquatic land mammal.

Some examples of Adamantortoise and its fantasy come reality resemblance.

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The prehistoric-looking alligator snapping turtle is and among the largest species of turtle in the world. But while they are defiant in anality, it is not a “dinosaur.” It is a variant of Adamantine, hence, Adamantortoise.

Below is an excerpt from the Mail’s website, Mail Online, adding some detailed history of the aquatic land mammal.

With its spiked shell, beaklike jaws, and thick, scaled tail, it is often referred to as the ‘dinosaur of the turtle world.’

It is normally found exclusively in the rivers and lakes of the southeastern United States and spend most of their lives in the water.

Their shells typically grow up to 66cm (26inches) long and can weigh about 175 pounds (80 kilograms) although some males have been known to weigh in at more than 220 pounds (100 kilograms).

The species is currently listed as a threatened species due to the loss of their habitat and many are also captured for their meat and shells, and to sell in the exotic animal trade.

Maybe Final Fantasy is finally proving its true philosophical mark on the world, once and for all.

Such a rare species might be best housed in a Zoo.

There were also claims it was likely to be cooked and eaten by Chinese game hunters.


Daily Mail