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My Japanese Medaka egg
DAY 1 (may 20)
I think Hita (my egg) is 29 hours old because I see circular objects in it. Just like the one in the book the picture looks almost alike.
DAY 2 (may 21)
I think today Hita looks like she/he is actually only 23 hours old. Because it has like a worm looking thing in it and only one cicle thing.
Day 3 (may 22)
I think Hita is 40 hours old. It's not a perfect a circle now.I saw her heart beat today.
Day 4 (may 23)
I think Hita is 40 hours old. her heart beats 93 beats per minute. I can see the nuclear tube,
Day5 (may 27)
I think Hita is at stage 26 which is 56 hours. over the weekend Hita has changed alot I can see the Oil drop, pigmented optic cup, yolk sac, and the fin bud.
Day 6 (may 28)
i think Hita is at stage 27 which would make her 62 hours old.
Day 7 (may 29)
I think Hita is at stage 29 which is 74 hours old. Her heart is beating 123 beats per minute. You can see her blood which is the pink lines. you can see the yolk sac and the oil drop .
Day 8 (may 30)
I think Hita is at stage 36 which is 264 hours. in the book it is the stage that is hatched but on the website it's not which is what im going with. You can see the melanocyle the melanocyte the spleen the chromatocycle the bladder is seen a little bit and you can see the oil drop the the eyes the pink blood.day
((SHE HATCHED ABOUT AN HOUR AFTER I TOOK THIS PICTURE))
Day 8 (may 30 about an hour after the picture above this was taken)
theres my baby!!!!!! this is her head!!!!!!
this is her belly!!!!
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