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    This egg is at day 103, is it getting close to hatching?
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    It's hard to tell from the pic. My last clutch went 109 days. Whatever you do don't throw it out.....just be patient. Good luck.

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    What is the temp you are incubating at?
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    They are at a range of 70-74. This eggs is the female's first egg.
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    the cooler the temps, the longer the incubation... i wouldn't worry too much they'll come out when they are ready! i have had some that took up to 127 days to hatch, but they were incubating at cool temps, so it just depends.

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    The egg started to sweat last night and now it is losing weight the egg seems to be getting soft also.
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    I incubate at around 69-74 and the eggs hatch at around 150 days. The egg looks good and I deffinitly wouldn't throw it out. Give it some more time is my advice.
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    I think the egg died. Or is this normal?

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    Denting like that isn't really normal - usually you'll see something like that if the egg has leaked or if your humidity has changed a lot recently.

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    The egg sweat 4 days earlier, and I haven't changed anything.
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