The color of my incubated egg??

exoticasss

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After about two weeks on being incubated this black spot developed on the egg. Yet its pink and the egg has even gotten a little bigger. You cant see through it anymore. Does anyone know what it could be?? It's not mold. Ive checked it many times. Its just seems to be a dark egg? So many pics that I have seen all the eggs look so white. The egg is a little over a month. In the pic it still shows you can see in it some but this is week 5 and its still a pink color more so than last week and cant see nothing lol
 

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As the embryo grows it eventually fills up the egg so you can't see much of anything. It's really important, though, not to mess with the eggs. You don't need to keep candling it. Just leave the eggs alone till they either hatch or stink. Good luck.

Aliza
 

exoticasss

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As the embryo grows it eventually fills up the egg so you can't see much of anything. It's really important, though, not to mess with the eggs. You don't need to keep candling it. Just leave the eggs alone till they either hatch or stink. Good luck.

Aliza

Yes, I understand that. My concern is this. It has a black spot on top of it. No other pics of eggs that I have seen have this dark spot on it. Its been there a while. That was my reasoning for candling it. My question was does anyone know why this is. Or what it could be? But thank you for replying Aliza =) I appreciate it!
 

exoticasss

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Yes, I understand that. My concern is this. It has a black spot on top of it. No other pics of eggs that I have seen have this dark spot on it. Its been there a while. That was my reasoning for candling it. My question was does anyone know why this is. Or what it could be? But thank you for replying Aliza =) I appreciate it!
I am just really nervous with it being my first egg. =(
 
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