Maternally incubated jungles

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  1. Shire pythons

    Shire pythons Active Member

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    Just found this little zebra poking its head out at only day 56 of maternal incubation ! Earlier than expected . Anyone else had any pip this early ? Will post updates later mum is very agro haha IMG_20181226_142654_568.jpg
     
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    I’ve heard a few jungle clutches going about 6 days early this season


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    56 days is about the average of what I used to get from Carpets.
     
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    Congratulations man, that’s some real snake breeding stuff right there to doing MI. In my opinion. I have never tried it completely and probably never will.
     
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    Congratulations on the new clutch

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    Cheers mate its really easy to be honest . All i did was put a polystyrene box with dry sphagnum moss up the cool end of enclosure and misted the hot end with water every now again and mum did the rest. Been feeding small meals since the day she laid and her condition is already pretty good.
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    So day 60 is when they all came out . Pretty successful i think got 23 from 26 . 3 were undeveloped unfortunately part from thst all good . IMG_20181231_075100_126.jpg
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    Flaviemys purvisi Very Well-Known Member

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    Right before the new year too. Well done SP.
     
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    Yep good timing ! Thanks mate
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    Some of these will be available once established etc if anyone is interested
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