......for wild Gilas to be hatching yet? Wild adult females lay their eggs about a month or so later(give or take a week) than their captive counterparts do. Most of the captive eggs are hatching NOW, thus providing the opportunity for this first rate yet STAGED documentary!
There are a few other clues, such as the eggs appear to be too "clean", the deposition chamber too "open", etc., but these I suppose could have possibly been the result and/or caused in the process of discovery and subsequent monitoring.
I still say staged... So tell us Doc, are we going to get to see the whole thing on video or not?... B^]