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Posted by milogurl on February 16, 2003 at 23:17:14:
I'm getting really frustrated, my geckos have been breeding for almost 6 months now and of the few eggs that they've laid, i haven't had any success with a single one.
Tonight I raided the tank and was excited to find two large, healthy looking eggs-- until i realized that one of my girls, out of sheer spitefullness i'm sure, laid them in a puddle. they have been about halfway emersed in water (warm and fairly clean, at least) for however long they've been in there... weeks perhaps? but other than that appear to be totally healthy. I've heard that eggs that get too wet will not hatch, but is there ANY chance that they may be alright?
pleez pleez pleez...anyone who has a ray of hope for me to cling to...lol...i know i'm being melodramatic but i've waited soo long for babies and it's driving me nuts everytime i get dissapointed over my eggs!!! ok, i'm done whinning. thanks for any advice.