In its western forest division adjacent to Corbett, for the first time, healthy hatchlings were born from ten claimed eggs of dragons through artificial hatching. For about two months, the hatching process was completed in thermocol coaches with the necessary heat from starch etc. A healthy baby was released into the forest on Friday morning after being released from the egg.
Himanshu Bagri, a wealthy man from the Tarai West Forest Department, said that on May 26, ten python eggs were found in the forest adjacent to Banna Khe Da Janasangla. The female dragon laid eggs for some reason. In such a situation, the team of the forest department carefully picks up the eggs and brings them to the division office. The artificial hatching process was started for them under the management of Kumaon CCF Vivek Pandey. Two months later, on Friday, all the eggs hatched and the kids came out, bursting into the staff.
Artificial hatching of this type of egg
Ramnagar DFO Himanshu Bagri said the eggs were brought safely from Banna Khe Da and kept in a dark room of a division office in the oven of a thermocol box. The heat required for hatching was taken care of at 28 to 30 Celsius. As the temperature dropped, the eggs were exposed to sunlight and the heat was tested daily with a heat scanner. In this work, Dr. Dushant Kumar of Corbett Park worked hard for two months. On Friday, the baby dragon came out safely.
Python babies have never been born artificially. After two months of hard work, ten children of the dragon were killed.
Himanshu Bagri, DFO, they are West Forest Department