The Basic Reptile Incubator Manual
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This easy to read and understand eBook covers all the need-to-know topics surrounding preparation and incubation of most reptile eggs, including Bearded dragons.

With such a huge expansion of the herptile hobby today, breeding is inevitable. It has been said that, "the prevailing attitude seems to be that breeding a species is the only possible reason for keeping the species in the first place." Tom Mazorlig - Success With a Reptile Pet, Bearded Dragon.

The incubator mentioned in this publication is only to be used for colubrids and the mentioned lizard eggs. These eggs are semi-permeable and flexible and absorb water from their environment throughout the embryonal development stages. Most of the species' eggs which can be incubated with the method mentioned in this book are mentioned in the "Average Incubation Temperatures For Commonly Kept Reptiles" section.

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Sometimes the hardest part is to get reptiles to mate, but because there are more than enough easy to breed reptile species available, the determining factor between success and failure is becoming the incubator.

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Frans Nooithgedaght

Boksburg, South Africa

"I was in a bit of a hurry when I stumbled upon your book. Eggs are now safely in my new incubator!..."

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Candice Smith

California, USA

"Was easy enough to get the parts ready and to put it all together. Thanks!"

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Basie Grotsius

Sasolburg, South Africa

"I'm already hathing my third batch of eggs in your incubator. Really works easy and well enough."

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Stephen Ferreira

Florida

"Just got my book now. The instructions look easy enough. Can't wait to start!"

Renier Delport

Renier Delport

Tinkerer, veterinarian, blogger...

Small-scale private breeders are becoming more abundant as detailed information on keeping and breeding is becoming increasingly available.

I get to recommend this eBook to a lot of keepers after the tragic loss of their beloved pet Bearded dragon. It is said that about 80% of medical related problems of reptiles are the result of bad husbandry.

Sometimes the hardest part is to get reptiles to mate, but because there are more than enough easy to breed reptile species available, the determining factor between success and failure is becoming the incubator.

Building your own incubator is probably not such a big deal anymore. Because it is a cheap step in the reproduction chain (for example hatching of the actual babies), it is not always easy to get the desired, to the point information on how to build your own. Experience has taught me even if you, without hesitation, tell people how to build their own incubator they become sceptical and tend not to believe you that easily.

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