Are my bearded dragon eggs healthy?
Well since you probably don't have an incubator which are like a thousand dollars, then I'd suggest you put them in some vermiculate, and put a heat lamp on them that makes their temps 85 degrees. The vermiculite will keep the eggs moist that way you won't have to put them in a box along with the heat lamp and a water bowl that you would need to replace every day or even more than that. So the easiest way would be to just put them in some vermiculite and heat them to 85 degrees. Put them in the container with vermiculite the same way you found them, don't turn them or anything, because that could crush them. And don't drown them under the vermiculite either, just bury them half way remember not to touch them too much or harshly.