This is an (adult) Chinese box turtle video.
Translated from DagjeWeg in the Netherlands:
Rare baby turtle born
Chinese box turtle crawls out of egg in Artis
From our editor Grytsje Anna Pietersma
Amsterdam: In Artis zoo, a tiny turtle has been born. That is a special event because it is a Chinese box turtle. This highly endangered species had never reproduced before in Artis.
In China, Laos and Vietnam, where the Chinese box turtle lives, people eat it. Therefore there are only a few hundred left. Last Sunday, Artis had a first: for the first time ever in the zoo, a Chinese box turtle hatched.
The baby at the zoo is very small: only 5 centimeter! An adult Chinese box turtle is about 25 centimeter long. If you want to see the baby you must go to the reptile house in Artis.
The Yunnan Box Turtle, Cuora yunnanensis, is listed as ‘Critically Endangered’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM, a decade after being listed as ‘Extinct’. This species was first discovered around 1906 in high altitude areas in China, and was not recorded for many years until a few captive animals appeared in 2005: here.