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 #2216464


Greenanoleman#3
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 Sleeping eggs

do eggs need sleep. what do new borns eat. what gallon tank do you put them in when they hatch. are they slimy when they hatch if so wont the dirt stick to ithe lizard. what should the humididy be when they hatch.



04/29/11  08:15am

 #2216576


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  Message To: Greenanoleman#3   In reference to Message Id: 2216464


 Sleeping eggs

please answer quick it is going to hatch soon



04/29/11  07:02pm

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  Message To: Greenanoleman#3   In reference to Message Id: 2216576


 Sleeping eggs

The care for hatchlings is the same as an adult. They will eat pinhead crickets, flightless fruit flies, leafhoppers, and similarly sized insects. Each hatchlings requires their own 10-gallons of space.



04/30/11  12:08pm

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  Message To: Atrax27407   In reference to Message Id: 2216637


 Sleeping eggs

are they slimy when they are born.



05/01/11  08:57am

 #2221712


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  Message To: Greenanoleman#3   In reference to Message Id: 2216722


 Sleeping eggs

Yes, you should remove the slime.



05/30/11  11:32am

 #2221732


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  Message To: Galanoth   In reference to Message Id: 2221712


 Sleeping eggs

Like all reptiles, hatchling Anoles will have a coating of albumin from the egg when they emerge. There is no need to worry about it since it is rubbed off on items in the enclosure as they move about. All traces of it are gone within an hour or two of hatching naturally without any intyerference.



05/30/11  12:21pm

 #2221741


Galanoth
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  Message To: Atrax27407   In reference to Message Id: 2221732


 Sleeping eggs

But sometimes the slime can suffocate the baby. That’s why on all those nature shows they remove the slime



05/30/11  12:54pm

 #2221801


Atrax27407
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  Message To: Galanoth   In reference to Message Id: 2221741


 Sleeping eggs

They’ve been managing on their own quite nicely for more than a million years.



05/30/11  06:59pm

 #2221805


Galanoth
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  Message To: Atrax27407   In reference to Message Id: 2221801


 Sleeping eggs

Oh, so you’ve kept an eye on every anole for a million years? Dang dude, you OLD!



05/30/11  07:09pm

 #2221815


Atrax27407
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  Message To: Galanoth   In reference to Message Id: 2221805


 Sleeping eggs

I have been doing this for quite some time. They haven’t gone extinct, have they? They do very well if left to their own devices. The biggest threat is an inexperienced keeper. The result is usually a fairly quick death.



05/30/11  07:38pm

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Galanoth
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  Message To: Atrax27407   In reference to Message Id: 2221815


 Sleeping eggs

Quite a long time? Ain’t that an understatement old man



05/30/11  09:53pm


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