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    image.jpg. image.jpg. I don't think it's gonna make...He moves alil and that's it :'(

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    that's an awful lot of yolk he didn't absorb

    so can you give details about your incubation conditions?
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    At what temperature did you incubate?? I had an egg hatch at 36 days a few years back and he did just fine, he was very feisty since birth, and he is a healthy 3 year old stunning male now! Back then I incubated at 31-32C (89-90F), he is perfect now, he even is very fertile, I bred him once with excellent results, no problem what so ever, how´s your lil guy doing??
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    Incubator was set @ (86-87F) He's doing just well walking around but just alil on the feisty side but other then that good

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    It was a bit soon, but, mine did great, just my experience, glad to read about your guy, can you post another picture?? how´s the yolk sac?? mine didn´t have one
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    Ill post a pic when I get home,But the yolk sack dried up with his cord and fell off later that night...

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    image.jpg There's alil extra water in the cup because he has a piece of yolk/Cord that dried on it back left foot and I'm waiting for it to fall off....

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    I'm glad to see that he seems to be doing well.
    Please keep us updated.
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    Thanks everybody!!
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    I had two hatch with large yolk sacs still attached. They were incubated at 88, and they hatched at 45 days (others that hatched at that point didn't have yolk sacs like theirs...it was within a single clutch, too.) A week later, they both look fine and are active, but one has not yet eaten.

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