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    Question Can dried up eggs be saved?


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    So my female leopard gecko didnít lay her eggs in her lay box, and when I found them they where dry, hard and dented. I decided to incubate them anyways just in case. Is there any way of them living?

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    I would keep a high humidity and open the tub daily to get plenty of air circulating.

    There is always a chance they can be saved so you did the right thing by incubating them anyway.

    You will soon know if theyre gonna sort themselves out. If it completely caves in or starts moulding then the chances are theyre dead.

    Have you candles them
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    I had eggs like that, I've put them both in incubator and one of them got mouldy, but the other one is looking great so far (1 month in), so there's hope

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