|Before the cleaning|
A few days ago, clearing the access to the swamp of Irabia of little landslides (marls), they appeared by chance a lot of small and fragile shell eggs.
|During the cleaning|
I counted 20 eggs in total, between hatched (the majority) and those who followed integers.They had very soft shell.
When broken one (it was inevitable, using shovel and hoe but carefully) certainly could see what they were.
Definitely they were common wall lizards (Podarcis muralis) rockers, whose eggs were still warm in the loam, south side, ease to heating.In the picture above we can see still the breeding with part of the yolk that served as food.
Once out of the shell, and letting the sun was getting some vitality.
Lizards are great insect eaters, and unfortunately fun for many school boys and girls in the yards of their schools or walls of the villages .