There's a bit of a problem with at least one of the images you've uploaded: File:VideoCapture 20200426-002943.jpg. You uploaded it with a ".jpg" file extension, but the file is not a JPEG image. As far as I can tell, it's actually a WebP image. Now, for some reason, Fandom's servers accept this, and the images are correctly displayed and resized on Turtlepedia. But if any of us tries to download the image and open it in image software that only detects by file extension or does not support the WebP format, then there's an error and the image cannot open. I mean, this is not always a problem, as many modern web browsers and casual offline image viewing programs detect this automatically. And I also just discovered that Fandom does not let you upload files with a ".webp" file extension, even though the server's image processing back end seems to support it anyway—trying to reupload the same image as "VideoCapture 20200426-002943.webp" was rejected. But still, I think it's a very bad idea to upload image files with a mismatched file extension—".jpg" should be for JPEG files, and WebP files should have a ".webp" extension. And since you appear to have uploaded these files from video capture software, and many other image files you've uploaded have similar "VideoCapture" filenames, I suspect this problem also applies to the other images you've uploaded, as well.