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Gardener Discovers A Clutch Of Tiny White Eggs. Then One Starts Hatching In His Hand

Please note, that it is best just to let nature be. Some eggs are very fragile, and if you pick them up, they may crack, killing the baby inside. But, since these were lizard eggs, the farmer knew the mother wouldn’t be back (unlike birds who will return to their young).

Wouldn’t you know it, one of the eggs hatched right in his hand! How cute is the teeny tiny gecko?! The baby looks so fragile.

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Image Credit: Imgur / maddabber

Unlike birds, lizards don’t imprint, so the farmer returned the newly born gecko. Hopefully, the little guy will be able to find his brothers and sisters! The new gecko family belongs to one of the seven species of geckos that are known to inhabit Hawaii.

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Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

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