reptile eggs in incubation box

Are you ready for this years breeding time?

This week has seen an explosion in reptiles starting to lay their eggs! However, everybody who already breeds reptiles will know that getting them to lay is the easy bit. A good diet, the right environment and a member of the opposite sex is usually enough to get many of the commonly kept reptiles going!

But what do you do when you have the eggs? You need to incubate them. Luckily the days of having to build you own incubator have gone and you can now just buy one off the shelf, like the Lucky Reptile Herp Nursery II.

How you incubate the eggs depends on the species. Most eggs do well on fine vermiculite (wet) in a hatchling box. But, when the time comes we can help you with that. Just call us 01604 753823 or email

I have attached pictures below of some of our babies that we have hatched out here for you to enjoy (apart from the Rainbow Boas, they have live young!).

If you think your guys are ready to lay some eggs, you can be prepared nice and early as the Lucky Reptile Herp Nursery II egg incubator is currently discounted to £109.99 +P&P (online only).

When you have your babies, you can show them off by posting photos to our Facebook page!

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