Conjoined egg

barbara

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Look what my girl just laid
 

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qdude46

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Could of been a mutation or something strange inside the dame. I'm assuming they should be fertile due to the vermiticulite. You didn't inbreed, right? That could be a possible cause. More experienced breeders will chime in but do you think it would be humane to let it hatch?
 

TreeTopChameleons

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why would it be inhumane to allow the egg to hatch? a conjoined egg does not mean that the babies will also be conjoined. judging be the yellow that has already started to appear, I would bet the eggs will mold over before going to term anyways.
 

qdude46

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As I said I'm not an experience breeder so I don't know the science behind it but I figured there would be some sort of bad mutation.
 

barbara

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My female had been mated and they are not related, this pic was taken a few hours after she laid these eggs, she had 27 including the joined egg.
 

Balizar

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Congrats! Your having twins!!! :D Seriously tho they do look a lil yellowish and might not make it. But I personally would keep up the attempt.
 
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