They arrived a few days late after being stuck in Denver due to a snowy mountain pass. The interesting thing was despite how cold the box and eggs felt, the temperature inside the egg measured at 40+ degrees and the yolk did not appear to be damaged or scrambled from freezing. I measured by sacrificing one egg and sticking my needle probe thermometer into the middle of it while it was still in the packaging & then gently chipped off the shell to eggtopsy the yolk. Figured I might as well know if they were frozen solid in there. Makes me think there's some small chance for a hatchling or two! Hope springs eternal!!