Bearded dragon eggs

Wellsey501

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Worf and loxy
Hi everyone,

I'm just hoping to get a bit of advice regarding our bearded dragon eggs. They are 70 days old today (19/09/2022). There are 10 eggs and one week ago 5 starting to get dents in them. Everything I can find says either they're dehydrated or 24-48 hrs from hatching. They are definitely not dehydrated so wondering if anyone can tell me if it's normal for them to take more than 24-48 hrs and will they be ok?

TIA

Lotte
 

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Wellsey501

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Worf and loxy
Hey thanks so much for your advice guys, you really helped! Around 5pm yesterday (21/09/2022) a little head emerged from one egg! Around 9pm another one joined them! It's 5am the next day and they're both still just head out. Is this normal? How long does it usually take for them to wholly emerge?
 

xp29

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Zen , Ruby & Snicker Doodle
Omg I'm so jealous of you right now lol. Beardies hatching has to be the the absolute cutest thing in the world, please keep us updated and please post more pics ๐Ÿ’• ๐Ÿ’— ๐Ÿ’–
 

Wellsey501

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Worf and loxy
Yay ! New beardies have entered the room ! They are definitely some of the cutest creatures you will encounter. :)
They most certainly are! I can't stop staring at them!!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
 

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It's actually nice that you have a small clutch, very small, they're often 20 -30 or even more. You'll be glad as they get bigger , eat a ton and need to be separated + have more lights set up. [ Depending on how long you keep them ]
 

Wellsey501

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