Male tortoises are occasionally presented with a prolapsed phallus (penis). The penis is retracted except during mating, trauma, or death; it lies in the ventral floor of the cloaca. Male Euphrates soft-shelled turtle constituted the study material. Clinically, necrotic areas in the phallus were observed. After the local anesthesia and analgesia, phallus was inserted into the base of cloaca. This ... [Show full abstract] case is the first phallus prolapse case of the male Euphrates soft-shelled turtle.