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    We were candling some redfoot tortoise eggs from our adult tortoises at work the other day to see if they are viable. We have about 6 that for sure are good and some more that might be, and this one was a rarity. You could actually see the developing tortoise in the egg moving around! Just thought I would share! Here is the video:

    http://youtu.be/EWsQNjQbwno

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    Amaddox Iam trying to click on the site you have on your post and it is not coming up for me. Can you try to put another one up? or maybe fix that one? lol thanks.

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    Same, even without the extra "." I just get an error. I'd love to see the video!
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    It worked for me when I copy and pasted it in a new tab. It is not clickable for me so I had to copy/paste, but it worked.
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    http://youtu.be/EWsQNjQbwno

    ok that should do a clickable link. I'm usually on my phone when I'm on here so it is taking some getting used to.

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    Wow! way too cool I love that lol you can see inside that egg! awesome video.

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    Really cool, can see the little shell forming and everything!
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