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    Default Video - U. Milii (Barking Geko) egg hatching


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    Hi everyone,

    Today I was lucky enough to witness one of my eggs hatching and got it on camera! As a thank you to the people who helped me out here initially, I've edited and uploaded it to YouTube. I hope you all get as much joy from watching this as I've had.

    This is the second hatchling I've had, with the other one now being almost 2 months old and developing a personality much like her father's!

    These eggs have been incubated low at around 26.6c (79.88f) to increase the chances of being female. Full incubation time was 88 days between laying and hatching.


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    WOW, Congrats and thanks for the sharing video. This is such a beautiful moment! Very nice!!
    May i know which camera and what is the set up required to capture this beautiful moment? I want to try as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by icatsang View Post
    WOW, Congrats and thanks for the sharing video. This is such a beautiful moment! Very nice!!
    May i know which camera and what is the set up required to capture this beautiful moment? I want to try as well
    Thanks! This is basically an old Logitech webcam that I turned into a night vision camera by removing the infrared filter, and I used Blue Iris to record this with. I usually have the night vision camera trained on my female's tank (I caught her pretending to be Superwoman the other night - man, can she jump!) but it also works during daylight. The camera was there, the software was running, so I just hit the trigger button and recorded the whole thing!
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    It is a great idea. I want to find out how active of my geckos at night

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    What an awesome experience seeing her pop out and take her first steps!

    Please share your video right here too -- Click: http://www.geckosunlimited.com/community/gecko-videos/

    That way it doesn't get buried so quickly with other threads.
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