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KRZ
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 My Dragon Layed AN EGG

I dont have a male in the cage but my female layed an egg? do i throw it out .. what do i do.. should i get her a male to play with or another female.. ??? This is Baby D..


07/14/04  11:57am
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  Message To: KRZ   In reference to Message Id: 99788


 My Dragon Layed AN EGG

hey, its perfectly normal for ur famle to lay eggs, its a gud thing. providing she hasnt had contact with a male then the egg wont b fertile and u can get rid ov it. as for the mate, if u want baby dragons get her a male...if not u could get her a female, or just leave her on her own if u dont want ether,
shes a very pritty dragon :)
xx saf xx


07/14/04  12:09pm
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Babyangelb30
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  Message To: Saf   In reference to Message Id: 99797


 My Dragon Layed AN EGG

They will lay eggs if they are fertile or not. The term for the unfertilized eggs are slugs. Just throw them out and like Saf said if you want to deal with incubation and stuff, which isn’t that hard, get a male, but if you don’t want to deal with the babies, I would reccommend getting a female to keep her company so that she is not sad and lonely. Hope this helps!!!!


07/14/04  12:34pm
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  Message To: Babyangelb30   In reference to Message Id: 99817


 My Dragon Layed AN EGG

I would recommend getting a male lol - you’ll never have 2 buy wds again!!!


07/16/04  11:25am
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TwilightDreamer1979
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  Message To: Abe   In reference to Message Id: 100966


 My Dragon Layed AN EGG

Well, congratulations on a healthy Lady :)

The others are right - if she’s never been in contact with a male the egg will be infirtile.

I should point out that even one egg can be a drain on her calcium reserves. Make sure her food is well dusted over the next day or two to get her calcuim levels back up to normal.

TD.x.


07/16/04  2:31pm
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