Chinese Hen Lays Freaky Double Egg [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Science

And the egg being double isn"t even the weirdest thing about it. Kill it now?
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Male 541
looks like an hour glass to me.
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Female 47
who wants an omelet?!?
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Male 698
looks leathery like a snake egg
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Male 725
Her name is Mrs. Dong LMFAO
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Female 193
"Yeah.. Alright.. Kinda weird, I guess-- LOL, HER NAME IS MRS. DONG. :D"
And that`s how you know I`ll never grow up.
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Male 256
Little info for you all the number 8 is considered lucky to the Chinese. Look at all the china food houses they always try to get the number 8 in their phone number
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Female 2,352
Yeah my first thought was balls. *facepalm*
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Male 23
Thanks,Epiphany, for completely `sperging out on a picture. We all came here to read essays on chicken eggs.
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Female 512
Egg deformities aren`t uncommon in poultry & have nothing to do with evolution, adaptation or mutations. They`re almost all due to diet, illness or from clots/tissue entering the egg while it`s being formed (not what happened in this case though) & this isn`t the weirdest I`ve seen. I`ve heard (& seen photos) of people`s hens laying eggs within eggs, eggs with red insides, oddly-shaped eggs, eggs with odd "bits" sticking out of the shell, etc. Soft shells (as has happened in this case) are not uncommon in birds with poor diet or who are moulting or under stress & sometimes they`re just an accident - the egg somehow skips the shell depositing stage. And double yolkers (again, possibly what`s happened in this case) are quite common - especially in young birds...it`s just that whith this one, they`ve either been squeezed (if the hen was having a rest, maybe?) or they were quite close together while travelling through the oviduct.
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Male 764
Actually leesah, evolution happens because of mutations. This just happened to be a mutation that did not help, and instead was detrimental. And a course of natural selection. (Part of Evolution)
But you are right, it isn`t an adaption.
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Male 93
lol. Mrs Dong?
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Male 1,360
could you imagine what the hen was thinking...?
"ok good, it`s going, going, it`s almost out.... wait, wtf?!?... again?...conjoined twins?"
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Male 129
Easy for making a double omelet!
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Male 25,417
Creepy!
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Female 1,566
lmao this isn`t evolution, it`s not even an adaption, it`s an unfortunate, and detrimental, mutation. An adaption helps the species, it doesn`t assist in killing it off.
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Male 1,013
@bananajojo, evolution by definition is/are mutations. Bad mutations don`t propagate whereas the good ones have a much better chance to.
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Male 801
Ha!.....Mrs. Dong =D
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Female 13
"Evolution bible thumpers!!!"
it`s like siamese twins, it just happens sometimes.
calm down with your excessive explanation points.
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Female 1,401
how is this evolution at all LtFurpie? this is a mutation in the egg, its probably not fertilized and most likely wont hatch. and in order for evolution to occur, won`t it need to hatch and produce more double eggs until eventually all chickens are making double eggs?
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Female 999
I think it was the Nike Shox that did it to the egg, eh, linmeihua?
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Male 440
its gonna be a simese duck!!!!
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Female 8,006
Needs more available calcium in its diet. Shoft shelleds eggs are not unusual in ducks and chickens when they are young or malnourished. Hard for the bird to get it out- that was double yolker and she had a rest halfway through.
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Male 3,310
Evolution bible thumpers?
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Male 1,013
May I troll some religion into this conversation? Uhm Evolution bible thumpers!!! Sometimes it`s good, sometimes it`s bad, but it happens jesus freaks!
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Male 12,138
They forgot to feed it lead one day. That`s when the weird sh*t started to go down.
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Male 2,552
>Finwicket
MRS. Dong`s Sack of Balls. Nota bene.
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Female 491
*giggle* They said "Dong"...
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Male 425
The authorities were quick to give the hen a public excution for breaking the one child policy....
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Female 3,574
Isn`t this basically just a birth defect? :P
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Male 553
It`s a Siamese egg :-D
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Male 371
Dong`s Sack of Balls
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Female 612
Soft-shelled eggs generally occur when there is a deficiency of calcium in the diet. The woman was actually extraordinarily lucky her bird didn`t die from egg binding, having two eggs stuck together like that.
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Male 833
Mrs Dong!
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Male 5,314
china has all the deformations.
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Female 87
Mrs Dong haa
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Male 15,510
I want my eggs mixed, not scrambled.


Perfect.
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Male 6,694
I say eat it.
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Male 126
the best scrambled eggs I`ve ever had.
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Male 62
must be from all the lead
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Male 20,830
Link: Chinese Hen Lays Freaky Double Egg [Pic] [Rate Link] - And the egg being double isn`t even the weirdest thing about it. Kill it now?
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