- Savannah Boan filmed the reptilian romantic interlude in Gatorland, Orlando
- Onlookers could not believe the noise produced by the passionate tortoises
- Ms Boan, who works at Gatorland was filming a Vlog when she was interrupted
- She said: ‘I was trying to film an intro to a YouTube video… and they started’
These two tortoises are trying to have some alone time to mate – but the hilarious honking noise they make means they’re surrounded by amused onlookers.
The giant tortoises may be in the throes of passion, but they sound more like a couple of angry geese.
Savannah Boan, a crocodilian enrichment coordinator, captured their private moment, at Gatorland in Orlando, Florida, on May 8, for Gatorland Vlogs.
This is the moment Savannah Boan was trying to do a piece to camera at Gatorland in Orlando, Florida, when her concentration was disturbed by a pair of randy tortoises in the background
Visitors to the park collapsed in hysterics having listened to the noise made by the reptiles
Even though it was something Savannah had seen before, it still made her and everyone around her burst into laughing.
She said: ‘It’s very loud!
‘I was trying to film an intro to a YouTube video and I thought they had stopped.
‘Just when I was about to start speaking they started again!
‘It’s probably still going on, sulcata tortoises are famous for their mating powers.’