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Diego, the Tortoise Whose High Sex Drive Helped Save His Species, Retires
When you hear the signature roars of Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion — the three key dragon cast members in "Game of Thrones" — tortoise sex is probably the furthest thing from your mind. And yet, according to series sound designer Paula Fairfield , the mating cries of giant tortoises are among the many sound samples she used to give the show's great winged beasts a voice. In a interview with RadioLab , Fairfield explained how she crafted the sounds of the dragons moving, roaring and communicating with other characters by mashing up various animal noises, including screeching birds and reptiles, fluttering dragonfly wings and even her own dog's nasal whistles. Listen closely to the way Drogon purrs in the company of his friends, and you may even hear a sound you'll wish you hadn't — the mating moan of a giant male tortoise.
A tortoise more than years old, Diego has had little trouble mating. In , a third male was introduced to the tortoise restoration breeding program, Diego, who had lived at the San Diego Zoo in the United States for 30 years. Paternity tests indicate that Diego is responsible for about 40 percent of the offspring produced, James P. Gibbs, a professor of environmental and forest biology at the State University of New York in Syracuse, said. So Diego has been critical.