OMG!!! just looked in the tank and i have 5 eggs from my lizard i wasnt even that sure she was actually a girl.... soo i really dont no what to do as aparantly they need alot of help and work ... dont no what to do xx
well i have two beardies and not long ago they was what i thought playing around and stuff ones smaller than the other so the boy was getting quite aggressive so i seperated them and now i find eggs so she hasnt been bred on purpose but yes if that makes sence x
definately dont turn them hun, if they have been there a while they may well be infertile. they do need to be incubated ASAP for any chance of survival. if you cant get an incubator, gently dampen some sand from the tank and put it in a feeding box and place the eggs in there to try and sustain some warmth but keep them in the tank but so as not to let beardies get to them because if they are there too long they will eat them. hope this helps x
Me and my DH have just had 27 baby beardies hatch.
You cannot turn them and you have to keep them flat.
You would need an icubator but they are quite expensive and you would need a box to put them in with vermiculite. the vermiculite needs to be moist.
Then they go in the incubator at roughly 30 - 34 degrees.
They then take up to 72 days to hatch and when they do you need to leave them in the incubator for 2-3 days for the umbilical to heal up then they would need to go in a seperate viv from the mother and father.
If you dont want to keep them put the eggs in the freezer and this will kill them in the quickest nicest way.
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