Park officials said the incubation period for alligator eggs is about 60 days, depending on the temperature of the nest.
"The eggs placed in the incubator will be kept at a stable temperature in a controlled environment to help ensure the success rate of the eggs hatching later this summer," a news release said.
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Snowflake is a 25-year-old female and Blizzard is a 14-year-old male. They have lived in the park since 2017.
"The Wild Florida team is dedicated to protecting, conserving and enhancing Florida's diverse ecosystem to ensure that future generations can enjoy the wonders of wild, native Florida," the release said.
We’re at Wild Florida checking out something incredibly rare! Their two albino gators have produced 19 albino eggs. They are the first albino gators to breed in the world! WFTV Channel 9 READ MORE: https://at.wftv.com/2RJmmqa
PROUD PALE PARENTS: What two albino alligators made together is making HISTORY! How Wild Florida created the perfect environment for two rare gators to reproduce for the first time ever on the planet - @WFTV at 5! pic.twitter.com/x6zzC7kary