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    Over the past week I've hatched out 4 H. mabouia, just figured I would share a picture with my friends here on GU.

    The first picture is ultra bad, I'm not a photographer by any means.

    The second is just two getting used to a larger enclosure, nothing fancy for the first few months helps get them going in my opinion.

    Maurice Pudlo
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    Found another pair hatched in our Hemidactylus incubator today.

    Things seem to be moving along just fine with the first 4 we hatched out, all are eating and doing very well.

    At this point they have no real fear of me working in their enclosure and from time to time will even jump on my hand.

    I believe they could make very tame pets if reared with that goal in mind, the original adults of mine were from a research lab here in Kentucky and are far from tame.

    I'm raising them more with observation and resale in mind so we will see how long they remain willing to be handled.

    Maurice Pudlo

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    hello, I have 2 females, one juvie and one gravid that I found.

    The gravid one isn't eating well but I see 2 white eggs aligning on her hips towards her cloaca. Any advice?
    keep in mind in my country you can't really find incubators or things for reptiles really easily

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