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Hatch

A gateway or cover for a divide between decks of a ship. See also: International trade.
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As for rare PokAaAaAeA@mon like Chansey, Snorla Aerodactyl, Larvitar, Gilgar, Sudowoodo and many more, they can only be hatched from 10K Eggs.
During the 12 d experiment, we recorded and removed all newly hatched nymphs from each cup, at the beginning of each hour.
In addition to the egg baskets, water baths were outfitted with 1-L mesh-bottomed containers to hold newly hatched larvae for observation beyond the hatching period.
When the second chick hatched, the mother was seen looking down and appeared to be listening to the egg beforehand.
Records were kept of the number of hatched eggs (emerged and emerging nymphs) for each of the 3 periods.
Eventually, as breeding pairs formed, biologists began fostering in eaglets hatched at the San Francisco Zoo.
The hatched poult then goes through imprinting, or the process of identifying with and establishing an attachment to social figures--like its mom and siblings.