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Old 10-02-02, 06:53 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Big Mike
Linds could be right...that's just my opinion, I'm not an expert by any means. Who knows why they develope deforaties...
Deformaties can just be a spell of nature.
But it can also be a sign that the breedingtemperature was not the right one. Or was not right on a certain moment during the incubation.
Inbred specimen normally look the same as juveniles from unrelated parents. A problem with inbreds however can be that they do not live as long as they should or that they give smaller clutches with smaller eggs. That kind of problems is what you can expect.
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