GIANT Egg and Egg Size Comparison

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Today when we went out to get eggs, we had three brown eggs and no white egg. Tillie (white leghorn) is usually first to lay, so that was a bit suspicious. Came out later to this MONSTER egg:
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From left to right: MONSTER Tillie egg, larger than average RSL egg, normal WL egg, normal RSL egg, olive egger pullet egg. There's a quarter below them for size reference.
 
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Today when we went out to get eggs, we had three brown eggs and no white egg. Tillie (white leghorn) is usually first to lay, so that was a bit suspicious. Came out later to this MONSTER egg:
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From left to right: MONSTER Tillie egg, larger than average RSL egg, normal WL egg, normal RSL egg, olive egger pullet egg. There's a quarter below them for size reference.
Wow!
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Have you cracked the monster egg yet? Is it a double-yolker or an egg within an egg?
I have not! I'm kinda scared to. It might not get cracked for a while because we don't have time to make eggs in the morning on school/work days for the most part. I don't think it'll be an egg within an egg because the shell feels normal and what I've seen of double eggs is that usually the outside shell is soft.
 

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