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Pancake151

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So living out in Australia brings a lot of reptiles around. Especially where I am, which is further from the city.


So dad was just digging dirt up, and found 20 eggs, that I assume to be fertile. How do I incubate, when I don’t have an incubator? And how can I tell what species they are?
 

xp29

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Hit youtube and search diy incubators. Keep them in moist soil at around 80 degrees (i think) until it ready, or bury them back to about the same depth your dad uncovered them back outside.
I think snake discovery did a video on diy incubators.
 

Pancake151

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Wouldn't it be best to leave them ? How big are they and is it legal to take them from the wild ?
it is legal where I am, and are approx 3cm in diameter each. We are renovating currently, and if we left them, the eggs wouldve been turned into concrete
 

AHBD

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O.K, I thought of that after that it might be during some type of construction. Can you post pics of the eggs with your finger next to them to show the size ?
 

Rocky2022

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I was thinking the same....maybe the mom is going to come check on them or maybe they'd let nature take it's course and they'd hatch. (still a newbie to overall reptile life and thinking about how nature may take it's course...I could totally be off on this one). I can't wait to hear how this turns out. Best of luck.
 

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