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Found Some Eggs. Anyone Know What They Are?

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Definitely lizard or turtle eggs. At first I thought maybe rabbit but from seeing easter eggs I know those are too small.

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What is mammal-like?

I believe he was joking also.

I think he was referring to it being a marsupial, which IS a mammal but has several distinct characteristics.

But yeah, it was probably a joke.

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could be slow worm eggs. they are very common across UK.

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actually after checking slow worms are live bearers. but since they are covered in soil, they are more likely to be from a reptile then a bird.

how big are the eggs?

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This has been disproved several times.

looks like lizard eggs.

This. Lizard eggs they seem to be.

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Hi - sorry I didn't get back to you guys.

Quote possibly lizard eggs.

The eggs would have probably died anyway as we're digging up that part of the garden. Looks like they had been there for some time.

They aren't hard shelled.

They are very small too, only a millimetre or two across.

Thanks for the thoughts though :)

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There are more than likely either snail or slug eggs

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Put them back

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They are Tic Tacs, try eating one :)

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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?

I'm pretty sure that they're the white jelly beans that no one ever eats.

Do you have kids living next door? They might have disposed of them over your fence!

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