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So I found these in my garden next to the fence. They were not exactly buried.

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Does anyone know what they are?

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Dragons?

also why did you remove them?

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Turtle

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Opossum

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[quote name='LaP' timestamp='1352993017' post='595322200']
Opossum
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You do know that an opossum is a mammal-like, and gives live birth.
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first thing i thought of was quail eggs. mmmm

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Put them in an incubator and see what comes out!

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Probably eggs.

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SNAKE !!! :woot:

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If you find a pig in your garden tomorow I would say a free breakfast

They look more like stones to me than eggs


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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1352993676' post='595322240']
SNAKE !!! :woot:
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Are they hard-shelled or leathery. If leathery then they are snake or turtle eggs. If they are hard-shelled then they belong to a bird of some sort.

You might want to either put them back or build a make-shift incubator for them.

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[quote name='Teebor' timestamp='1352993785' post='595322246']
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Mushroom! Mushroom!

[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1352993676' post='595322240']
SNAKE !!! :woot:[/quote]

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1352993676' post='595322240']
SNAKE !!! :woot:[/quote]
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[quote name='Crisps' timestamp='1352994698' post='595322288']
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIyixC9NsLI
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Immediately thought of quail eggs as well.

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[quote name='Asrokhel' timestamp='1352993116' post='595322210']
You do know that an opossum is a mammal-like, and gives live birth.
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What is mammal-like?

I believe he was joking also.

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The very rare yellow speckled tit, a bird thought to be extinct in 98% of the world.
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[quote name='Tuishimi' timestamp='1352994105' post='595322260']
Are they hard-shelled or leathery. If leathery then they are snake or turtle eggs. If they are hard-shelled then they belong to a bird of some sort.

You might want to either put them back or build a make-shift incubator for them.
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There aren't really any wild snakes or turtles in the UK :p

On a serious note, I suspect finch or swallow eggs. Mind washing them a little with water to get the dirt off and photographing them from closer up on a white sheet? Perhaps put some reference object next to them, a ruler or a coin.

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quail eggs.

(also, the honey badger just dont give a sh*t)

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Why'd you remove them? Good job killer! lol

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If you'll put back them, I think their mom will leave they alone because you touched them. So you basically killed them.

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[quote name='nyolc8' timestamp='1352998791' post='595322514']
If you'll put back them, I think their mom will leave they alone because you touched them. So you basically killed them.
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Old wives tale to get kids to not mess with things.

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Snails.

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[quote name='Ambroos' timestamp='1352996236' post='595322374']
There aren't really any wild snakes or turtles in the UK :p

On a serious note, I suspect finch or swallow eggs. Mind washing them a little with water to get the dirt off and photographing them from closer up on a white sheet? Perhaps put some reference object next to them, a ruler or a coin.
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Actually, we do have a few snakes, turtles and lizards ;)

Although, I think the turtles are a recent thing. Snakes and Lizards are a definite though :)

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[quote name='nyolc8' timestamp='1352998791' post='595322514']
If you'll put back them, I think their mom will leave they alone because you touched them. So you basically killed them.
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This has been disproved several times.

looks like lizard eggs.

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they are blackbird or quail eggs (dependant on size). And also being around november they have probably been stashed by a predator to have later.

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