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The Turtle is a limited legendary pet, which was added to Adopt Me! along with the Aussie Egg on February 29, 2020. As it is now unavailable, it can only be obtained by trading or by hatching any remaining Aussie Eggs. Players have a 3% chance of hatching a legendary pet from the Aussie Egg, but only a 1.5% chance of hatching a Turtle.

Appearance

The Turtle has an olive green-colored body with beady black eyes on the side of the head and a beige underbelly. It carries a semi circle-shaped shell on its back that has a slightly darker color than its body, along with seven green raised scutes.

Tricks

Listed below are the tricks the Turtle learns in order:

  • Newborn - Sit
  • Junior - Jump
  • Pre-Teen - Dig
  • Teen - Joy
  • Post-Teen - Trick 1
  • Full Grown - Trick 2

Neon Appearance

The Neon Turtle glows lime green on its feet and the darker part of its shell.

Mega Neon Appearance

The Mega Neon Turtle glows in the same areas as the Neon Turtle, such as the feet and the darker part of the shell. However, unlike most Mega Neon pets, the Mega Neon Turtle cycles through the shades of blue and green, and not the normal rainbow cycle.

Trivia

  • One of the Turtle's tricks, (Trick 1) is based on a Chinese martial art, Tai Chi and is similar to Master Oogway from the movie Kung Fu Panda.
  • When a player zooms in on the shell of the Turtle, 3 little shells can be seen inside. However, contrary to common belief, the 3 little shells are not actually baby turtles, just decoration. This can also be seen by feeding the Turtle a Translucent Tea Potion. The three shells are juggled by the Turtle when it uses its final trick, Trick 2. If the turtle is in its Mega Neon or Neon form, the baby turtles still appear normal.
  • Instead of hopping or walking like most of the pets, the Turtle spins inside its shell as it follows behind its owner. This is so that it can walk/run fast enough instead of being slow like real-life turtles. It scurries across the floor when a player rides it.

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