I’ve had chicken fairy eggs here before, but this is the first one from the quail. It’s so tiny! Here it is compared to a normal-sized quail egg. Fairy eggs can occur when a bit of reproductive tissue breaks away and the quail’s egg producing glands treat it as a yolk and wrap it in a shell. Thus these eggs are usually yolkless.
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Do you still have these fairy eggs, or other similar ones? If so, would you be interested in selling them?
I’m afraid I no longer have it, and so far I’ve never had another one show up.
Ok! Thank you for your response!
Can you eat fairy eg?
Yes, but then a fairy eats your first-born.