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Hatching Pics Part 1 (DUW)

Discussion in 'Bearded Dragons' started by StoneSour, Apr 4, 2008.

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  1. StoneSour

    StoneSour Elite Member

    Here is part 1 of the hatching pics I promised. I will post more soon;)

    First off here is moma laying.



    Now for the babies hatching.







  2. RES/AnoleLover89

    RES/AnoleLover89 Elite Member

    They are too cute for their own good.
  3. thead11

    thead11 Elite Member

    They are so adorable!
    How long does it take for the eggs to hatch?
  4. Lucysfriend

    Lucysfriend Elite Member

    That is wonderfully cute! Thanks for sharing the pics :)
  5. venus

    venus Founding Member

    I love it!! Babies are so cute when their head is halfway out of the egg.
  6. StoneSour

    StoneSour Elite Member

    Thanks everyone :)

    Around 40 to 45 days on average ;)
  7. Fanner

    Fanner Elite Member

    They are amazing! Thanks for the pictures, was this your first batch? Congrats! :)
  8. nicole

    nicole Elite Member

    aww babies!!! They are cute as long as they are yours, lol
  9. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    Congrats !!!! what cuties...
  10. yzfracer347

    yzfracer347 Elite Member

    amazing i cant wait to experience that

    MINNYME Elite Member

    How old should baby beardies be when you sell them. Our first batch we kept like puppies and kittens until they were 6-7 weeks old and it cost us a fortune in crickets and we never made a dime.
  12. tlh9162

    tlh9162 Elite Member

    Was that one of the babies trying to get out already? lol Way too cute! Congrats! How many in all hatched?
  13. fire2225ems

    fire2225ems Subscribed User Premium Member

    Congrats! Are you planning on keeping them or selling?
  14. MRHickey

    MRHickey Elite Member

    My favorite is definitely the adventurer trying to make a run for it. The bold guys are always the most entertaining.
  15. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Thats about right!
    Younger than that they are pretty fragile. Thats why we tell folks that unless you are dealing with a high end morph you aren't going to make money off of breeding them.
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