5 Year Member
- Sep 9, 2014
Congratulations & welcome to the forum. I haven't the foggiest notion, but someone will be along to offer good advice & help you. Photos of their enclosure would be helpful.Help! We have a hatchling that happens to be twins! They are both alive.. one is super small. What do we do?
WHOA!!Help! We have a hatchling that happens to be twins! They are both alive.. one is super small. What do we do?
Yes me too! The little one seems pretty lively. He’s been crawling around. So cuteI don’t have the experience to be able to offer advice, but I’m SO glad to hear they’re both alive. I can’t believe now tiny the little one is!
I had the leg problem with a hatchling sulcata. I raised the back portion of the shell to force the legs to stretch to touch the ground. The umbilicus should probably heal first. My tort wasn't as small so I modified a plastic water bottle cap shaped as a wedge so as not too troublesome with substrate and taped it around the body. Good luck.Hi everyone ! The twins are separated and doing well! They are both walking around although one is super tiny.. I have been trying to feed it water blended greens to give him some nutrients.. any advice ? Also just found out the bigger one has a deformity on his back legs where it’s facing outwards? He’s still crawling around the incubator just fine.