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The bizarre banana-shaped egg

June 25, 2010 | Comment icon 6 comments

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A bizarre egg has been laid in the Anhui province of China that is shaped like a banana.
While misshapen eggs aren't unheard of its quite unusual to find an egg as warped and out of shape as this one, while still perfectly edible strangely enough nobody is rushing to crack it open and cook it for their dinner.
It's not what you'd usually expect to come across while settling down for breakfast, but this strange looking object is actually a seriously misshapen egg. Discovered in the Anhui province of China, the curved egg has taken on a similar shape to a banana.

Source: Daily Mail | Comments (6)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Moon Princess 12 years ago
That is bizarre. You don't see misshaping eggs. o-o; Wonder how that happened.
Comment icon #2 Posted by supervike 12 years ago
Now, if it is banana flavored, there might be something here!
Comment icon #3 Posted by Samuronin 12 years ago
It looks more like a male phallus than a banana to me.
Comment icon #4 Posted by 8ball936 12 years ago
does anyone know the precautions if any, to let it hatch with the rest, or is that not even possible an egg like this?
Comment icon #5 Posted by Fernand0 12 years ago
I used to have a chicken that would lay green eggs. I called her Seuss.
Comment icon #6 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: 12 years ago
That's some weird looking egg? Actually I find this piece in the same article more amazing. "Meanwhile a British family were thrilled today after their chicken set a new world record by laying fourteen eggs - in one day. The heavyweight hen - named Sarah - produced more than a dozen of her own eggs - in just over two hours."

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