5 Year Member
- Mar 10, 2012
so my 13 inch sulcata spent all day and night digging a nesting area. i did not bother her but did look and see that the hole she dug was about 12 inches deep and looked like mud in the bottom. we live in the desert and everything is sand and dry, to see mud in there was odd... i get up this morning and go check on her. the area where she was digging is covered up and she was in her house. i start digging a little bit where her hole is. after about 4 inches the sand was very very warm.. seeing how i had to go to work i covered up the area untill i get home. i did not see any eggs. so i dont know 100% that there is eggs in there. but i am guessing there is. that being said. will the eggs be ruined before i get home? if not, should i try to build an incubator or buy a comerical one?