5 eggs to give away in Sydney

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Hi,

I have 29 one month old axies that I am raising and have found in the tank a further 5 eggs that look about 2 weeks old. They are starting to twitch, so shouldn't be too long. As I am already raising babies I am reluctant to start over again. The mother is black and the father is black eyed white (sorry for the lack of technical terms). I am in Sydney, so if you want them, please let me know.
 

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if ur willing to post id love them!! id be able to pay for express postage for them ....
 

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Love to have one! Could you post? I live on the Gold Coast.
 

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I am happy to post them, however I feel guilty that you would pay for postage for only 5 eggs. Seems very expensive for so little return. It is up to you though. I will give preference to Sydney siders that can pick up, if no one comes forward I will send them. I will need to do it by the weekend as they are close to hatching.
 

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im in vic, and i dont mind paying for the postage. iv been looking for eggs for ages xD im tryign to breeding my axies at the moment but no such luck lol i dont think my males ready just yet =/ so thats why i been looking xD
 

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Have you found homes for them? as im still very interested xD
 

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Hiiiii, I've been wanting eggs for a while. I'm in Sydney.
 

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If you keep any of them until adulthood i'd love to take one off your hands! I have 3 adults at the moment and I dont have a tank to keep a baby seperate in!

And i'm located in Sydney (caringbah/south sydney/ the shire to be exact!) so i'll be able to pick it up!
 

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Hi,

For sure! I will be looking for homes for these babies in about 2 months. I have just posted some photos of the color types I have, so let me know if you have a preference.
 

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All the eggs have now hatched and they are eating bbs really well. On the same day these babies hatched, my other female laid about 200 eggs, so I will raise them all.

Thanks for the offers.
 
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