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    Aug 7, 2012, 02:24 PM
    Gecko eggs, which way is up?
    Hi. I found 2 gecko eggs under a trash bag in my gargage, and I've been reading that in order to save &/or hatch them, they need to be facing up? But since they were accidentally moved when I moved trash bag, I have no idea which way they were originally facing :( , I'd really love to save & hatch them, that'd be awsome! Didn't know if there was any way to tell which part needs to be facing up, maybe the natural way they roll over? Anything? So for now, I put them in a small box w/some dirt back into the garage where they'll be warm & hopefully safer. And I'm pretty sure they're fertile, they are a little heavy & are dark looking on the inside of the shell & when laid on a flat surface they roll over naturally to one side. :) . Any ideas would help.
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    Aug 7, 2012, 02:57 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Epic2000 View Post
    Hi. I found 2 gecko eggs under a trash bag in my gargage, and I've been reading that in order to save &/or hatch them, they need to be facing up? But since they were accidently moved when I moved trash bag, I have no idea which way they were originally facing :( , I'd really love to save & hatch them, that'd be awsome! Didn't know if there was any way to tell which part needs to be facing up, maybe the natural way they roll over? Anything?? So for now, I put them in a small box w/some dirt back into the garage where they'll be warm & hopefully safer. And I'm pretty sure they're fertile, they are a little heavy & are dark looking on the inside of the shell & when laid on a flat surface they roll over naturally to one side. :) . Any ideas would help.

    Put them on the side they naturally roll to.

    Are you aware that this is somewhat complicated? http://www.albeysreptiles.com/incubate-eggs.htm

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