Since the egg was too small to support twins, the babies were removed and placed in individual, clear plastic bags. "The bag works like the protective shell of the egg sac," says Godsell.
Sadly, Ben died after one month, but his twin Bill continues to thrive. Godsell hopes to "hatch" Bill from his plastic incubator this December.
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|Date:||Nov 13, 2000|
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