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Double yolks?

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I just got my second clutch from my azureus yesterday, laid in a petri dish under the cave in their tank. There were two eggs, but one of them has two yolks. I took the eggs out and replaced the petri dish with another one. I peeked in on them this morning, and while the single one is turning white, the double yolks are starting to develope more backbone than the US Congress. I remember seeing posts about double yolked eggs, but can't seem to dig any up. Anyone have a consensus on this?
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Sounds like you have some twins!

I've had twins a few times . Usually only one will make it.
This Island Earth Herpetoculture
Will they ever get any genetic defects like a short tounge, spindly legs, 3 legs, any thing to that extent?
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