We are moving the nursery to the new place and before I can do that I will need to get rid of all of the windows in it. The thing is collapsible, and the only way that we can move it is to collapse it. There is a bit though, and the but is that we have to remove the windows before we can collapse it. I don’t want to do this; it’s a bad time for everyone involved, especially the eggs that are only a few weeks away from hatching. I hope that I can jury rig a makeshift nursery/incubation chamber (with double glazing windows Canberra) and carry them to their new home, without too much trouble. That is a big if of course, and one that i’m hesitant to do if I don’t have to. I will try and confirm whether there is any way around this, or if I have to bite the bullet and just move. I’m going to have to move, and to help insulate the eggs, the incubator, as well as the new nursery that we’ll set up in our new location, we will have to set up new doubled glazed windows Canberra. I hope that we can do that quite quickly because these temporary holds for the lyzarres aren’t that stable and even less fun for them. They need to be kept at a pretty constant temperature, and they still need natural sunlight. Unfortunately, there is not a lot of consistent weather here on Cherves, and so to reproduce the sun on Rohedra, I need to get double glazing Canberra on all of the windows, to keep a bit of the heat out, and it doesn’t get too hot, nor too cold. It’s good for them, and their growing bodies if it can reproduce that Rohedran balmy climate as best it can.