Children’s gravid early?

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  1. madeleine

    madeleine New Member

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    Hey everyone,

    I know this isn’t common but is possible. Just thought I would share that my girl was paired last year but didn’t become gravid or lay. She is now appearing and acting gravid. What do you all think?

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    Sdaji Almost Legendary

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    A picture from further back would be much more helpful. If she hasn't eaten for a long time and she isn't impacted or anything else unusual, she's either obese or gravid.
     
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    Unfortunately it won’t let me upload any photos. I have tried a few times now. I don’t really understand why. She hasn’t eaten in the past 7 weeks (usually eats once a week) and has been cooking for a month now. She isn’t overweight and is showing all signs of being gravid. I am just interested to see if anyone else has had a children’s become gravid much earlier than the usual breeding season ☺️
     
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    Sometimes they can get eggs that are in fertile, while rare, it can happen
     

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