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juli11

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Thank you. So last step is to absorb the yolk sack totally. And then start eating.
 

juli11

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No I had 8 eggs :-D that’s the only one which hatched. 6 eggs were fertile but they don’t continue developing...
 

Turtle girl 98

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Yes it’s okay. Better than no hatchling.
I have had a similar issue this year. Out of 8 eggs one hatched. All were viable after 92 days I broke them open and all had fully developed babies inside that died somehow.. so glad one hatched for you! One is definitely better than none. Bubba was my lucky one
 

juli11

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Sure! You should have a better success rate after that. Is it the first clutch for this female maybe?
No I don’t think so. This animal is WC and were full adult since I got her 3 years ago. I think she still laid eggs in the wild.
 

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