baby Kimbo

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  1. Varanidae

    Varanidae Active Member

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    This has got to be the best start to a week, well for me it is, here is a photo of mum and the new arrival this morning, as you can tell I am a bit excited about it.
     
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    NAAAW now just picture it popping all feet out and walking around with the egg still on...teehee
     
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    ssssnakeman Almost Legendary

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    Thats very cool. Id be excited to.
    Congrats
     
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    well done stunning animals!
     
  6. Varanidae

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    Yes I am very happy with that outcome, thanks guys
     
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    there Varanus glauerti yeah?
    verry awesome congrats
     
  8. Varanidae

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    Yes they are Glauerti or the common name is Kimberly Rock Monitor, these are without a doubt one of my favourite in my collection
     
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    very nice
     
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    top effort cliff. you have to be pretty happy to see that. how long did he incubate for?
     
  11. Varanidae

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    thanks richardsc and vadnappa incubation was 117 deays at about 27.5 degrees
    here is a photo of it out of the egg, this will give you an idea of the size they are when they hatch
     
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    Congratulations what a cutie :)
     
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    Awesome! Only the one egg?
     
  14. Varanidae

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    unfortunately only one good egg for this clutch, she had 7 slugs but this was her first season
     
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    That is unfortunate. Ah well, one is certainly better than none, particularly with such nice little critters!

    Out of curiosity, are you selling the hatchling, or holding it back?
     
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    tympanocryptis Not so new Member

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    Nice one mate.
     
  17. Varanidae

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    Defiantly a keeper, might sell some out of the next clutch, will just have to see how attached I get to them
     
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    jeffspythons Not so new Member

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    Yeah. Good work
     
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    Reptile City <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Rept

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    Well done cliff!

    27.5 degrees thats cool.

    We just have 4 more of the Red barred ones hatch at 87 days at 31 degreess.

    Jason
     
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    I thought that might be the case. Good luck with them :)
     
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