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DWhatley

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I think 74 (72-78 range) is ideal after they are able to eat for themselves. I think that hatchlings need something warmer but I have only experimented with hatchlings once and clusters are born in late winter/early spring -- in the keys so not cold, cold -- so that may not even be necessary.
 
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