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RE: Picta Gecko Hatchling- My First Birt

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Posted by: nile_keepr at Thu Sep 27 03:37:00 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by nile_keepr ]  
   

Well, Ill be damned...

I was getting ready for bed and looked into the males cage.... and what do i see?

AN EGG!?

In total, I found the remnants of at least 5 more eggs (a big ass clutch for a tiny picta geck!). One had a tiny hole in it and was hollow/dried out (i really hope I didnt do that somehow ). another was completely broken as though it had hatched, but I found no evidence of other hatchlings.

The last 3 Im not very expectant of, to be honest. One had a small crack, but dosnt seem to be leaking (somehow), another has a small hole in it, so Im guessing im outta luck there (never know tho!). The last one is a beauty, and im thinking its the most likely to survive (not saying much). None of them look especially promising.

Truth be told tho, I doubt any will come to term. Im still in disbelief that my tiny lil female laid 6 bloody eggs without my knowledge. Blows your mind.


   

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