They are growing!

timus

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The first pic is from the day they arrived. The second pic is from today. Same saucer lol. They barely all fit in it now. I always stick them in there around noon when I add some more food to the pile. I soak them in the morning but they have a drink when I put them in mid day as well. Hydration is important. Not just for them but for any living thing. 9A45F444-3AC0-4F45-9B27-65D53B68A2C1.jpeg A5B8F2C2-81B3-43A4-B94C-6875217B70B1.jpeg
 

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Will get crowded. Best to soak in a high sided container that they can not walk out of to keep them in for a duration approx 39 mins and hydrate. They look lovely, read the care sheets to ensure even shell growth.
 

timus

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Will get crowded. Best to soak in a high sided container that they can not walk out of to keep them in for a duration approx 39 mins and hydrate. They look lovely, read the care sheets to ensure even shell growth.
This is just the saucer that is in their enclosure that I put them in around mid day. I give them a soak in the morning in their soaking tub. 4BFA8611-4497-45EC-974C-1318724D7DF3.jpeg
 
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