So I read somewhere that it's important to make sure the eggs (I have panther chameleon eggs, just laid today) are facing the same way in the incubator that they were when they laid, as rotating them can cause the air pocket to suffocate the embryo. How important is this?? I've been doing a lot of research the past few months before I bred, but I had not read this until today, and I had already moved my eggs. If this is important, is there any way I can find the air pocket and place them right side up? (like a flash light or something?) please let me know asap!! thanks!