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    Default Leopard gecko eggs denting 38 days into incubation


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    I have two leopard gecko eggs in the incubator one has been in there since the 26th april and one has been in since the 12th may, they are being incubated at 31C(87.8F) both were fertile eggs but when I checked on them this morning I noticed the one that has been in there since 26th april has started denting I have candled it and it is fully pink inside the humidity is sitting at 100% the egg that has been in there since the 12th may isn't denting could this mean the one that has been in since the 26th april is getting close to hatching

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    Given your incubation temps it probably is close to hatching. Good luck!

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    IMG_2349.jpgHi thanks for the reply, checked the incubator this morning and he had hatched

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    Congrats! Super snow?

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    I'm thinking super snow, dad was a Mack snow eclipse 100% het tremper and mother was w/y Mack snow raptor

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