DIGGING FRESH EGGS IN THE GARDEN
It's not what you think!
We didn't even plant these. In fact, at the moment we are suspecting that a lizard or a snake laid these eggs in the garden. While working the soil and harvest/replanting crops, we noticed a number of these eggs buried just beneath the surface of the soil. We've removed them and placed them in a safe place for incubation, and are eagerly looking forward to see who hatches out.
Have you ever found reptile eggs buried in your garden? Have you ever watched wild lizards or snakes hatch? Sometimes mama lizards will stay with the eggs, so perhaps these are snakes. We've already hatched out wild Rough Green Snakes and Black Rat Snakes, so we'll see what happens this time. Here's a few more photos. Enjoy!
REPTILE EGGS IN THE GARDEN - PHOTOS