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    Default WEIRD GIANT milksnake egg

    Had a honduran milk lay for the first time tonight. She only laif 3 eggs and one is Freaking huge candled it and looks good but what the Hell!! Anyone seen anything like this before? The sunglasses are in the photo for size comparing and are a normal sized pair of ladies sunglasses.


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    WHAT THE HELL?!?
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    Ahahahah, crazy!
    Reminds of two of the times I recently purchased a bag of "baby carrots" I found onein the bag that was three times longer than the rest xD
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    Twins?

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    Most likely twins you can see the line down the middle of the egg. Must of gotten conjoined somehow ha.

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    Mistyh, I had to thank you for that post, it made me laugh for some reason. ... Interesting egg, looks like two fused together.
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    Maybe the milkman is an anaconda

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    Definitely looks like two eggs that are combined or never separated... keep us updated!

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    I'm subscribing to this thread just because I wanna see what the hell comes out of that thing!
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