Ujire, December 21: 28 unknown eggs were found under the soil at Siddavan Nursery of Sri Kshetra Dharmasthal Village Development Yojana BC Trust at Nira Chilume near Ujire. The eggs are elongated and smaller than the size of a chicken egg and are estimated to be the eggs of an animal.
Eggs were found under piles of soil brought in to grow plants. Dayanand, the project officer of the nursery, noticed the egg while filling the nursery tanks with soil in the morning and informed the disaster management department of the regional public awareness office. Disaster Management Project Officer Jaivant Patagar visited the place and informed Snake Prakash, Master of Shaurya Samiti of Dharamsthala and reptile lover. Ashoka, a reptile lover of Belthangadi, discussed this issue among them and got information about safe conservation.
Also, Snake Prakash, who rushed to the place with the intention of getting proper information, informed Ravindra Nath Aitala of Puttur about the found egg, he must have kept the eggs safely under the cold soil. Eggs hatch in about 60-70 days. If there is a sunny place, the eggs may spoil. And he informed me that he would bring the egg safely and hatch it himself. Responding to this, Snake Prakash took the eggs to Puttur and gave them to Aita.