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Thread: Leo hatchling-curved spine?

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    ZOMG, the little hunchback is beautiful!
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    Aww, that is sad. But it's nice to see the little one growing up.

    I had a problem similar to this with my first leo breeding project. I had about 5 babies hatch out with deformed heads and spines, and none of them survived more than a week. I was really worried that it was genetics, since one of my males had always acted a little odd. What I found out was my incubator (loaned to me by my uncle) was randomly fluctuating almost 10 degrees. Once I got a new incubator set up I had no more problems with mutations, and the number of live hatchlings increased.
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    awwww i think he is so cute
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