Hatching eggs from the supermarket

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  1. skrinkle

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    Awe cuties
     
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    I always thought supermarket eggs were unfertilized. :)
     
  5. skrinkle

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    So did I. Now I really wish I had the space to try this out.
     
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    I had to turn it off after 45 seconds. her voice is annoying af...

    also, is this what rich kids do these days? make youtube videos for people to watch? lol
     
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    The meat that you eat were once cute little babies, too. :(
     
  8. skrinkle

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    I agree that she’s annoying, but I’m amazed she was able to hatch quails from grocery store eggs. If I had a house I would do this
     
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    I didnt watch the video, but if the egg was fertilized, and not pasteurized, then yes, providing it the right environment will allow it to hatch...
     
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    I assumed no grocery store eggs would be fertilized, and also that if they were they would die during the time being transported or in the store
     
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