Twin Sri Lankans!!!

kingsley

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I was wondering why this egg was different in shape than the others !!! more elongated from a old female , and was quite surprised this morning, I will post more pics and weights in a few days. The hatchlings are tiny almost half the size of the siblings!!

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kingsley

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Folks , so sorry about all the type O s!!! very exciting around the incubators this morning!! Sri lankans and Burmese (platynota) all hatching! I feel like a Kid ,Christmas morning !! Oh boy !!! Love days like this.
 

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The umbilicus was almost all gone ! and they started a tug o war!!! a little sterile technique and a scalpel got them apart easily, both seem to be holding up thus far. I used some batadine to ward off any infection.
More pictures, please! And of the new platynota!
 

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