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    That's insane!! Hope his clutchmate arrives soon!
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    Holy crap! 304 days!!!???

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    Awesome! Congrats!
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    Holy cow!!! Do gargoyles usually incubate as long as cresties?

    Has anyone looked into how the incubation times vary with incubating medium?

    Congrats! What a cutie. I hope the clutchmate appears soon!
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    Wow! That's amazing! I love the name Rip Van Winkle!
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    Really need to find out the standing record on this one! That is just an incredible amount of time. WOW!
    Congrats

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    That is incredible!!! Do you have a weight yet on the little cutie? Huge congrats!
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    Colder temps = longer incubation times.
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    304 days, what was the normal temp in the room, must of been a little colder to have them incubate that long, also what was its weight when he hatched out?
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    During the summer last year it averaged at 74 degrees in the room I kept them in. It did get a little cooler on occasion, but not much. In the winter it got down to the low 60s, thermostat was set to keep it at about 62 degrees. Still, the eggs should have hatched out by mid-October last year at the latest, and it was in the high-60s low 70s well through November where I kept them.

    I haven't had a chance to weigh them yet (the other one came out on Sunday). Will do so when I can, but I moved them to my girlfriend's place so I could watch them better (I spend more time there than my apartment) and I don't have a suitable gram scale at her place. Will try and bring one over this coming weekend and get weights. The second one is a little smaller than the first, but not much. Its head is also more narrow and arrow shaped, and not as boxy as most chewie hatchlings I have seen. That second egg was just weird. I have never seen one plump up so much before.

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