There is a special room at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital where a large variety of eggs are incubated.
Vet Natasha told myGC the hospital is currently incubating both turtle and lizard eggs.
“The eggs are kept in vermiculite, which is warm and holds moisture, at a temperature of about 28 degrees,” she said.
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“They take about two to three months to hatch and after that, we will release them back into the wild.”
Learn more about the incubation process in the video below:
For more information on the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, visit: cwhf.org.au/