Someone's going to be seeing red — once he or she is caught.
A group of people rescued a gopher tortoise that was found spray-painted red and had flecks of concrete on its limbs and shell, according to the Sun Sentinel.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said the tortoise was taken to an animal rehab facility. It was found near Montverde, Fla., west of Orlando.
Gopher tortoises are a protected species in Florida and are listed as threatened, according to the FWC.
"It is both illegal and very harmful to the health of a gopher tortoise to apply man-made substances, such as paint or concrete, to any part of their body or shell," the FWC wrote.