New Babies

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  1. FAY

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    Had some of my Wheatbelt Stimmis hatch today, still have a few more to come out of their shells lol
    2nd Pic is a little blurry..

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  2. Reptile_Maniac

    Reptile_Maniac Well-Known Member

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    Another great success story Fay! Congrats on your new members! :)
     
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    yay! more little babies!

    Mine are due to hatch around xmas!
     
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    Congrats:) its a great feeling/sight - one that could never get old:)
    I had my babies 25/11, only one has fed, and that was the escapee....(see slightly embarrassed/amazed thread)
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    Tis a good day for reptile births. My Cunningham gave birth and your snakes hatched, go us :) hahaha
     
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    Cute!!
     
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    Great news! They look like very nice wheatbelts!
     
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    they look great, good work fay. I love wheatbelts..
     
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    Cute as :)
     
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    good job fay nice looking bubs there i hope thay all start feeding for you. last year a freind of mine hatched 7 of them bu two did not want to feed so we forced feed the the 2 but 4 mounths later thay died but the rest of the 5 were sold from the pet shop to people of gladdy force feeding them was quite hard as thay had tiny mouths . any way best of luck with yours
     
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    lovely little things
     
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    I think I should have done my christmas shopping at your house Fay - you have everything on my list.
     
  13. FAY

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    Thanks for the nice comments. Gecko I have never force fed...but have assist fed. Mr Dickyknee helped me a lot when I started breeding stimmis and childreni. Last year I got about 60 feeding, was a great learning curb for me.
     
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    they look awesome fay .... bitey lil buggas i bet lol ..... i know how mine are hehehe
     
  15. FAY

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    No froggy, they are as placid as....which can be a not so good thing when trying to get to feed. LOL

    Never give up on an egg. This one looks yuk but has a live wheatie inside. Not sure about the health of this guy but will see.

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