Today In my parking lot in Florida, we found a dead iguana female with all her eggs out still attached to her one to the other. The female had a wound on the head and it looked like a fresh accident. We decided to take the eggs and try to hatch them. I bought perlite and a small plastic container and I installed the eggs as per your recommendations, separate from each other half way in the moist perlite. I managed to reach a stable temperature of 86 degrees but putting the container on top of the TV cable box that generates the same heat 24/7. Do you think we have a chance to see baby iguanas soon? Thank you for your answers.