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FARMING CROCODILE EGGS
Crocodile eggs are removed from the wild and artificially incubated.   Each egg weighs around 113 grams and is 8 x 5 cm. Several hours after it's laid, the embryo attaches to the shell, creating a white spot on the eggshell. This spot will expand to encompass the whole shell as the embryo grows.