It has been 63 days since Cookie laid her second clutch of eggs. ( Remember the first clutch sadly perished due to mold and heat in the homemade incubator at school 😦 )
This clutch of eggs have been snuggled in the Reptibator at a consistent 85° F and 85% humidity since May! Two of the eggs shriveled and turned yellow so they had to be removed. There are now just nine viable eggs in waiting. About three days ago some of the eggs began to dimple inwards which I have read is a sign of hatching soon to come. I can’t wait!
Join me in anticipating the new hatchlings by completing the poll below.
HINT: Cookie and Brownie both had an amelanistic mother. Their dad was a normal. Amelanism is a recessive genetic trait (aa). This website could help: Corn Calculator
I’m anxious to see the “answer emerge” soon 🙂