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    Ok so we found some gecko eggs and incubated them and now they've hatched. When is it a good time to release them to the wild? Immediately ? Or wait for every single ones to hatch? Right now there's only one hatched. But a couple are starting. Also if not immediately release them what should we feed them ? Thanks!!!

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    They will probably eat tiny crickets. In the wild, geckos hatch out ready to fend for themselves. They don't need to eat for the first few days because they are still living off the yolk in their bellies. If you want them to truly go back to the wild, you should probably release them as soon as they hatch.

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