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    Default #2 egg hatched fat and sassy!!

    I am so thrilled!!! I was so hoping this baby would get here with some time to spare before we move and here he/she is!


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    Yeah! Congrats on a happy healthy baby. Hopefully the sibling will continue to get stronger and bigger for you. Keeping you and little ones in my thoughts.

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    Congrats! Adorable little one. Good luck with them!
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    WOOO!! Yay fat and sassy!!
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    Congrats! Have you had a chance to weight them each yet? I'd love to hear data on hatch weights for mainlands?
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    The first baby goes between 2.2 and 2.1 The second one is 2.8 What did your PI baby weigh at hatch.
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    Awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by laura View Post
    The first baby goes between 2.2 and 2.1 The second one is 2.8 What did your PI baby weigh at hatch.
    The first one that hatched but then died was 3.7 grams
    The second one was 2.7 grams and is doing well now
    The third is still very young and is very small hatched at 1.7 grams, it seems to be doing well now though
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLiu View Post
    The first one that hatched but then died was 3.7 grams
    The second one was 2.7 grams and is doing well now
    The third is still very young and is very small hatched at 1.7 grams, it seems to be doing well now though
    Wow! isn't that wierd that the one that weighed the most didn't make it. How long did that first one live? I am hoping the one is out of the woods. It's been 8 days so I think it might have a chance although it still doesn't seem spunky!
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    That first one survived a little less than 24 hours. The most recent baby that hatched seems fine behaviorly and can move perfectly normally, but it doesnt have much appetite. It may have taken a roach, i am not entirely sure. Oddly enough its an angry little thing and has tried to bite me several times when i try hand feeding.
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