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    Im sorry to hear about this I know it was probably hard to see it :/

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    I'm sorry for your loss. They were cute
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    I also lost a pair like this last year,



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    Awh I'm so sorry for your loss as well
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    Aww, I'm so sorry for your loss...they look like they going to go in a nice direction with colour, too.

    Very interesting and strange. Laura, it's odd to me that your conjoined twins had a spine that only connected at the back...split again at the tail! That's so weird. Nature does some pretty odd stuff...
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    Weird and very interesting, sorry for your loss
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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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    thanks everyone
    thanks for sharing laura..and sorry for your loss as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerzygrl View Post
    thanks everyone
    thanks for sharing laura..and sorry for your loss as well
    Very strange isn't it, what happens in nature sometimes? I also cut open the egg when I knew something had gone way wrong, I think I would have been more upset if they had lived and suffered like that! I don't know how often twins happen or how often both survive without deformaties. Would be interesting to look into.
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    Aww...how sad...

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