How to pick up dragon eggs is a question that I get asked quite often. Some people don’t even know where they should look for a dragon’s nest and wonder if they will be able to tell what the eggs are even when there are dozens of them all laid out in one basket. The truth is, you really can’t tell what the eggs are without the nest itself. So to help you out here are some tips on how to pick up dragon eggs so that you know where they come from and how to make your own nest.
When it comes to dragon nests the first thing that you have to think about is where the dragon has been living. Dragons like to live in large groups, so if you find several dragons together near a nest then you could probably assume that they are trying to build a nest. You will also find that the nests tend to be in the thick cover. This is the best place for a dragon to lay its eggs, because not only does it give them shelter but it also provides them with plenty of food.
When a dragon builds a nest, it will usually do so near a lake, because that is where they like to spend most of their time. However you will also find that some nests are built in trees, hillsides, and even in large grassy areas. A dragon will need somewhere to retreat to when it gets too hot or uncomfortable to travel back to the nest. Once the eggs hatch, the dragon has to eat the eggs quickly or risk having bad effects on its body. That is why it is important that you are ready to swoop in on the nest as soon as you see it is going to hatch.
One of the first things that you will want to do when learning how to pick up dragon eggs is to inspect the eggs very carefully. Look for any cracks in the shell. Dragon eggs will have some kind of crack in them. If you see one you can be pretty sure the egg is not fertilized, or it probably has been damaged before being used by your pet. You should also be able to get a very good idea on what type of dragon is living in the nest by looking inside the shell.
When learning how to pick up dragon eggs it will help to look for some telltale signs that the eggs are not fresh. Check for any signs of blood or fresh blood. This is important because when a dragon lays eggs there must be something to eat them from inside out, if the eggs are not fresh then they may not survive until the morning.
If you know where the nest is located, you will know very well how to pick up dragon eggs. Once you find the nest, you will have to take the eggs to your pet store for proper handling and storage. Dragon pets love to eat new things, especially if they are healthy and fresh. It will be a fun learning experience for you and your dragon.