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christakys on June 24, 2007, 5:43:20 PM

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christakysHey you're very very good!!! I like very much your pictures!!!! keep going...

MyartMystyle on June 24, 2007, 6:33:59 PM

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MyartMystyleThankyou! That's very kind of you to say. ^___^

tainted_truffle on July 6, 2006, 10:47:00 AM

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tainted_trufflehi, umm you don't know me or any thing but i was just wondering. is that person on your avitar irma from witch?

VegetaVixen22 on April 14, 2006, 11:29:07 PM

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VegetaVixen22Hi there just to let you know I have some drawings of your fave character from DBZ Trunks in my gallery for you to look at! Id appreciate the feedback! Thanks again, Laura ^_^

VegetaVixen22 on March 8, 2006, 4:13:51 PM

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VegetaVixen22Thanks for the nice comments babes!! Keep checking out my at work though because I am posting new stuff almost everyday!

DevilmayCry1 on February 22, 2006, 2:35:33 PM

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DevilmayCry1Your drawings are very good.
It looks like you put a lot of time into your drawings

rolla_roach on February 8, 2006, 10:39:47 AM

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rolla_roachBy the way, the process of shining a light through the egg is called candeling. I suggest you do it soon to see if trying to hatch the egg is worth the trouble.

rolla_roach on February 8, 2006, 10:37:12 AM

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rolla_roachAn abandon egg, huh? Did he find it in a nest? Most people who find lone eggs in a nest often sadly mistake them for being abandoned. However, this is not the case.

See, female ducks, or hens, lay only one egg a day. Once it's laid, she leaves it and goes off to do her own thing, going back to the nest the next day to lay another. She'll do this for 8-15 days until she has a full clutch. Then, she starts to incubate (set) them. It takes 28 days for a duck egg to hatch.

Your father's heart was in the right place, but the egg may not be ready to incubate just yet. If it was the only one in the nest, it may need to be stored in a cool place (about 60 degrees F. and 75 degrees humidity)for about a week. Always store and incubate eggs with the big end slightly elavated.

Since he can't remember where exactly he found it, it's best to store it for several days before incubation. When incubation starts, it must be between 90 and 104 degrees F. The egg must also be turned at least 4 times a day to prevent the developing embyo from sticking to the shell and dieing. 3 days before the egg is to hatch, stop turning it.

But, how do you know if it's fertile? That's easy. Simply hold the egg big side up in a dark room and shine a good flashlight through the bottom. This will illuminate the inside so you can see. A tiny lima-bean shaped shadow should be visable with several blood vessels branching from it. That's the sign of a properly developing embryo. A brown, liquidy substance means the egg is rotton and should be properly disposed of. A dark mass means the embyro has died. If you see nothing but the shadow of the yolk means the egg is infertile and can be eaten.

I hope this helps you! Thanks a bunch for all the nice comments!





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