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    Last month my female gecko lost her tail, i already treated her but she laid eggs this week... i don't expected that so i was unprepared and she was without substrate. I saw the first embryo in a right place (close to the top) but the other one was close to the bottom, so i supposed she couldn't place it in right position and when i moved the egg i put the embryo close to the top... today i moved eggs to a specialized box for reptile eggs (bought on aliexpress) but now looking at that egg... i realized it has a strange white thing close to the yolk! i already searched for like 5 hours on internet and got no results... anyone know what is this? and if this means that egg already went wrong? https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?...d=502717771207

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    Can't see whatever is at the link, it doesn't work.

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