What are these

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  1. phatty

    phatty Well-Known Member

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    Though I should but up a pic
    Dogs got a common tree snake and it felt lumpy so a though I would find out what was in there as some of me birds eggs have been going missing but found these instead what are your thoughts
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    Semi digested human fingers.
     
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    phatty Well-Known Member

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    That is what I was thinking haha

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    have you opened one?
     
  5. Trimeresurus

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    They do look quite weird, but when my bredli threw up a rat after digesting for 3 days it looked even weirder and nothing like a rat so who knows. The strangest part is how they look so clean cut in places.
     
  6. Norm

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    Show us your other hand, I agree, they look like fingers.
     
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    They are eggs. She was gravid.
     
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    I was thinking that but was unsure

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    Very strange indeed
     
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    They look like eggs to me
     
  12. Retained eggs im guessing, possibly eggbound?
     
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    Do you think it would be from last year or this season

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    Eggs hey, better guess than me. I would have said cocoons of some kind of moth/butterfly.
     
  15. Not sure on your seasons up there mate, but they look well past there use by date to me.
     
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    And everyone on here says tree snakes are harmless.. Pfft, never listening to the 'experts' again.
     
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