Lined baby

Amped Herptiles

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Yes, I found that out when I was trying to find information about breeding which there is not too much of. But thanks to a Reptiles issue that had an article on them, I hatched one and have two more on the way. Thanks for the replies, I will keep you all updated on him and the other eggs.
 
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amanda_a

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A little late, but CONGRATS! Any updates on the on the wee one? How are your other eggs doing?

-Amanda
 

Amped Herptiles

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My home computer died a while ago and so did my links. But I got it back up and running. Well my first hatchling is doing great now almost 5-6 inches possibly 7-8. As for the second clutch during incubation in Atlanta it went from 75 to about 83 and that caused the clutch to hatch more than a week early. I found the first one that had already shed but some skin got stuck near the tip of the tail and was cutting off the remaining part of the tail. I managed to get the skin off without him dropping his tail, how I do not know. The second piped and looked good until he came completely out, he still had not absorbed his cord and had stuck skin every where. I placed him in a small cage overnight with humidity close to 100%. The next day he dropped his tail and was almost dead so I placed him in the freezer. So the lone survivor from the second clutch is doing great but his tail where it was pinched did not fill back out. But still he is a gorgeous animal. Here are some pictures.
 

Amped Herptiles

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Here are some more pictures. First two pictures are first offspring and next two pictures are second offspring, the next is the baby that hadn’t absorbed its cord, and the last is my adult male.
 
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