Hello, everyone! I've just recently registered here because we've had something interesting happen with one of our laying hens and I was hoping to find some information about it. It's not anything bad or urgent, simply interesting and curious. We've had chickens for years, and I've seen a lot.....but this is a new one on me. Currently we have a mixed flock of Americaunas, Light Brahmas, White Rocks, and Buttercups. We have two roosters, a two year old Americauna and an six month old Japanese Phoenix. Recently, one of either the White Rocks or the Brahmas (because it is a brown egg) has twice, now, laid an egg that was double SHELLED. By this, I mean that there was a shell, with a yolk in it, and inside that, another complete, normal shell (though slimey with the outside shell's yolk) with a yolk in it. Now, I've heard and seen double and even triple YOLKS inside a single shell, but has anyone ever experienced an egg.....inside of an egg??