De kleine baardjes duwen hart met hun neus tegen de binnenkant van de eischaal.
Push the small barbs heart with their nose against the inside of the egg shell. On the tip of the nose is the eitand. This helps to break the youngster to the egg shell. Once the cups by the scale are broken they lose their eitand. Once the cups from the egg, they lie sometimes hours quiet. Them rest out and creep step by step a little further from the egg. The umbilical cord is stuck and slowly begins to break free. The animals are generally hatched in a circular motion.
Sometimes it's hard to see how the critters to come strubbelen to get out of the egg. The animals must really crawl from the egg on their own. If they don't come out of the egg independently, this is a sign of weakness. Nature decides that the strongest survive. The umbilical cord should also let go by itself, so am not going to mess around. That's because the umbilical cord can tear. This can cause a small innocent bleeding, but also a serious internal bleeding to which the animals can die.