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    I have had a clutch of Johor cats incubating for 3 months, they are definitely pink - but I can't see anything inside at all ? I would have expected them to have dark shape visible. Any opinions on whether they could still hatch please.
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    I'd let them go. It certainly can't hurt anything. You'll know it if they turn bad. Otherwise, it doesn't hurt anything to just let them continue. I've seen very long incubation periods at lower temps.
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    Thanks Ethan, they still look good, no bad smells so I will leave them be.
    Julie
    Keeping and breeding reptiles for over 20yrs.
    Now specialising in Rhacodactylus sp
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    Also keeping - Eurydactylodes Vieillardii, E. Agricolae, Uroplatus. Lineatus, U.Sikorae, Aeluroscalabotes felinus Johor, Aeluroscalabotes cf. dorsalis
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