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Discussion in 'African Fat-tailed Geckos' started by jengal, Feb 5, 2008.

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  1. jengal

    jengal Elite Member

    She already has a moist hide (in fact there are 2 - one warmer than the other), so I'm familiar with that. In fact, when she wasn't with me for a few months, she laid eggs in the cool hide (prior to that she never laid eggs bec. was in a 10g; started reproducing when switched to a 20g). So, the question is whether her eggs can remain properly incubated in the hide where she lays them, or whether they need a separate incubator. According to the AFT care sheet, they don't need a separate incubator, but the community here seems to favor one. Opinions?

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