So my grandfather built his custom outdoor round 10x10 box turtle enclosure about 6 years ago. i will post pics on sunday when i go to his house. it has a tree growing in the middle and tons of plants growing. he takes REALLY REALLY good care of them. he also built a custom 3 foot hide out of wood and the roof of the hide is made of shingles. anyways, over the years, every time he finds one while lawn mowing (he is on disabilities so he mows lawns for other people with ride on mower) he adds it to the enclosure. he currently has 4. only 1 has ever died in the enclosure. he has had 3 or so disappear over time cause of either predators or escape (it is 100% escape proof now...) anyways, 2 of them have been MATING for the last week (he tells me) one humping on top of the other. if they lay eggs where will they lay them? will they bury them? and should i leave the eggs or take them to my house to incubate? If you did not know these turtles are listed as vulnerable so if they have eggs that hatch then i could potentially be helping the species make a comeback!