No one likes to be interrupted in the middle of important business—and apparently that’s especially true for a pair of giant tortoises not so quietly attempting to mate in a patch of secluded greenery.

Explorer Paul Rose recently led a National Geographic Pristine Seas expedition to Seychelles, an archipelago off the northeastern coast of Madagascar. While touring the tiny island of Assumption (a locale once devastated by human intervention), he was “drawn toward a powerful rhythmic grunting coming from dense bushes,” he writes. (Something like this.)
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