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HatchRite

How to Incubate Reptile Eggs Using HatchRite

1. Open pre-measured bag of HatchRite and put it into the incubation container. HatchRite material should clump together slightly and should fill the container to approximately 75% full. 2. Place eggs into the incubation container. Nestle them about halfway deep into the HatchRite. Place them in the position in which you found them. It is […]

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How to Incubate Tortoise Eggs

Tortoises have been a very popular pet in the UK since the 60s and some people are still caring for their childhood pet today. For many people, tortoises are their first interaction with a reptile and their invitation to the wider hobby. At Northampton Reptile Centre, Hermanns and Greek Spur-Thigh tortoises are still very popular to […]

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How to Incubate Yemen Chameleon Eggs

Yemen chameleons are one of the most commonly kept chameleons in the UK at the moment as they are widely available, have great colours and are relatively easy to keep. At Northampton Reptile Centre they are one of the chameleons we most often recommend. If you plan to go further with the hobby and breed your […]

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How to Incubate Corn Snake Eggs!

Corn snakes are one of the UK’s most popular pet snakes and for good reason. Corn snakes have a great temperament, are very easy to care for, remain a manageable size and come in a variety of colours and patterns. At Northampton Reptile Centre they are one of the snakes we most often recommend to new […]

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Leachie gecko

Our First Baby Leachie Geckos Have Just Hatched

Reaching 14″ (360mm) in length leachie geckos, the New Caledonian Giant Gecko (Rhacodactylus leachianus), is the largest gecko species in the world. Our adult pair of leachie geckos Brutus and Nero (pictured below), laid their first 2 eggs for us around 80 days ago and now they’ve just hatched! The baby leachie geckos are already a […]

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