Hi everyone! I'm not sure if this belongs here or in the diseases section, I have no clue what I'm looking at here! Went out to collect the eggs this morning, business as usual. 1 normal egg & 1 broken soft shell (we have a girl with consistent shell gland issues, otherwise healthy just cant lay a good egg). Then close to the broken egg was this, its about 2cm long 1cm wide. On the outside it looks like something that's been fried. On the inside its some kind of blood/mucus/solid goop. Has anyone seen anything like this before / know what it could be? We have no rooster, but some scrub turkey visitors pester the girls now and then - is it possible this is a fertilised egg gone horribly wrong? Thanks!