Hah, again we are challenged to explain more about the graboid life cycle. Here’s what we think: the Tremors graboids were at an early stage of development (earlier than in Tremors 2). Researchers dissecting them did find small hard-to-identify embryos, but assumed that they were undeveloped eggs that the graboid would lay at some point. A few scientists argued that there was no apparent birth canal, and that something else must happen for the embryos to be “born,” but their comments were ignored as being too outlandish, because no one imagined an animal spontaneously “erupting” into young the way graboids do. So no, Burt did not get the heads-up he would have liked.
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