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new eggs picture

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heres a new pictures of the egg developement. i think ive got maybe a week before they hatch. as you can see the yolks are almost gone and the majority of the eggs have flipped around to the last stage.
 

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Your documentation has been really great joefish. Thanks for letting us all in on the experience! You have a much better view that we did with Varys' eggs. I'm glad we didn't have that many eggs to deal with on our first ceph experience! Here's wishing you continued good luck!
:fingerscrossed:

That detail is amazing!
 

I Like Pie

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Wow thats really good quality! I would of posted earlier but I just joined a while ago and was fascinated with octopuses ever since. I just hope they hatch and live.
 
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so far everthing has gone beautifully with the process so i assume they will come out just fine exept for the few that nature decides should provied as food for the rest
 



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