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The new borns

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Posted by: norristhenut at Sat Aug 28 21:09:54 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by norristhenut ]  
   

I had four eggs incubating at a perfect 82 to 85 degrees and the first one to hatch on the 20th of August took 48 hours to come out and 24 hours dug in before moving into her new home. On the 22nd two more eggs hatched within hours of one another and they took 24 hours to hatch and 12 hours buried before moving to the new home. Sadly the fourth egg did not make it so I have ended up with 3 little girls and I could be wrong but basied on the 60 some odd days at 82-85 degrees they should be girls. Here are a couple photos of the new borns. There are red dots on their shells so my wife can tell who's who
thanks for looking.
alan




   

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