Aloe turtle

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Aloe turtle
An aloe turtle in Skull Island
Species Turtle with aloe growth
Place(s) of emergence Skull Island
Relations Magma Turtle (relative species)[1]
Written by Brian Duffield
First appearance Skull Island episode 2,
"The Last Blank Space on the Map"
More roars
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Irene: “What is that?
Cap: “It's... beautiful.
Irene: “I really thought it was aloe.
Cap: “It is. It's both.
Irene and Cap after encountering an aloe turtle (Skull Island episode 2, "The Last Blank Space on the Map")

An unnamed aloe-carrying turtle appears in episode 2 of the 2023 Netflix Original animated Monsterverse series Skull Island, entitled "The Last Blank Space on the Map."


The turtle is never given a proper name, and only alluded to as an "aloe turtle thing" by Irene in the sixth episode.


The creature mostly resembles a tortoise, but with large, thorny, green and orange aloe leaves in place of a shell. Its skin is gray in color and covered in rock-like lumps, and its eyes are yellow. It has a serrated, beaked mouth.



Skull Island

"The Last Blank Space on the Map"

After having arrived on Skull Island, Irene and Cap encountered an aloe bush. They took notice of its large size before it suddenly rose, revealing itself to be a turtle. The creature groaned and acknowledged the pair as it walked away.

"Terms of Endearment"

Irene used a leaf from the turtle, or another of its species, to treat Mike's wound inflicted by the Kraken.



The aloe turtle was capable of camouflaging itself as an unusually large aloe bush.


The gel found in the aloe turtle's leaves can be used to treat wounds caused by the Kraken's venomous shocks.


Aloe turtle roar (begins at 1:19)



This is a list of references for Aloe turtle. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Duffield, Brian (5 July 2023). "Same family yeah". X.
  2. Duffield, Brian (23 June 2023). "I don't know if they're officially the same but those are the vibes we were playing with". X.


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