Incubator failed and eggs got hot, please help.

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  1. Chrissss

    Chrissss New Member

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    I recently got home from work to find that my incubator had failed sending my stimson python eggs to 33.1 degrees. i'm not sure how long the eggs were this warm and this is as warm as they got. just wanting peoples opinions on what i should do and whether or not the eggs will be ok? thankyou. they are now back down to 30.5 at 90% humidity.
     
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    Just leave them for now, if they go smelly in the next few days you'll know they're stuffed.
     
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    They should be ok, 33 isn't all that hot.....
     
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    They will be fine got my green eggs up to 34 for a few days when I was I. Darwin and 90% hatched out
     
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