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Tortoise Couple Splits After 115 Years

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Bibi and Poldi, giant tortoises at the Austrian Zoo who mated when they were young, are on the outs. After more than a century together, Bibi decided she'd had enough and started biting her partner's shell. Animal behaviorists have tried bonding games and aphrodisiacs to reunite the pair, but so far, no luck.
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