Simultaneous hatching


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I have two clutches from the same ambilobe female, laid two months apart (sperm retention). In two separate containers, same incubator. For whatever reason, both clutches are hatching at the same time, so I've got hatchlings coming out all over (and trying to escape their enclosure)! So practice tip: keep checking the younger clutches while you are thrilled with the one currently hatching. Excuse: here's a photo of a mob trying to make a break for it.


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Biologist & Ecologist
That's unusual, and a little unlucky on your part! The nice thing about subsequent clutches is that they're supposed to let you deal with babies in waves, not one single rush! lol But they're adorable nonetheless. Enjoy them!
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