A friend gave me this Emu egg, and I’m gonna incubate it!!! It is extremely hard to hatch one of these. The temperatures have to be steady at 96.5F, you have to rotate the egg a few times a day, and weigh it to make sure it is properly losing a certain percentage of weight. […]
Monthly Archives: February 2019
Sometimes we hatch a unique tortoise, like this one. Extra or deformed scutes have no effect on the tortoise’s health. It just makes them perfectly unique. There are lots of theories on why deformed scutes occur. Some say it’s genetics, some say it’s incubation temperature being too high, others say low humidity during incubation causes […]
One of my customers sent me this unboxing video. It’s a Sardinian western Hermann’s hatchling.