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    10 of the 12 hatched. 2 died in the egg unfortunately. One of the other females is digging so should have another clutch going here shortly. Will post pics of the the hatchlings later today.
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    Re: 12 more yellow ackie eggs laid

    Looking forward to pics!

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    Had a little poop action in the pic but all are well and will post more pics here shortly.
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    Congrats! great looking clutch.

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    Congrats! They look great. So wish I had the room for couple of these guys/gals
    Ball Pythons(1)
    1.0 Black Butter - Maple
    0.1 Cinny - Spicy
    0.1 Pastel Calico - Sage
    0.1 Enchi - Willow
    0.2 Pastel - Sarena, Claudia
    0.1 Pinstripe Spotnose -Eve
    0.1 Pastel Pied - Trinity
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    0.1 Spider - Medusa
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    Here is a quick update pic for ya'll. They are feeding well on dubia nymphs now on top of the crickets. Will post more pics in the upcoming week or so in the mean time I hope this will suffice. Also keep an eye out for a Timor cage build coming up.
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    Re: 12 more yellow ackie eggs laid

    [QUOTE=Ga_herps;1903305]Here is a quick update pic for ya'll. They are feeding well on dubia nymphs now on top of the crickets. Will post more pics in the upcoming week or so in the mean time I hope this will suffice. Also keep an eye out for a Timor cage build coming up.
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    How are the Akies have some available for sale?

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    Exclamation Ackies

    Read this post a bit dated as far as breeding ackies and housing correct housing off an ackie monitor temperature basking 145-175 cool end 80f substance 1 foot deep single ackie are pair should be housed in 4x2x2 vivarium are larger 3ft far too small ideal for a baby not adults ackies prefer substance to boxes from being gravid to eggs dropping around 20-30days with correct setup and plenty of food available ackies breed and thrive crickets and locusts main food source for breeding, cockrochesmarioworm etc any other time so many people don't realise there full needs grow to 28-32inchs hence why 3ft vivarium too small and have life spans 15-20 years if housed correctly

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