My superior actually wanted me to show this egg! So here it is. Let me begin by some background: In 2008, a BYCer told me of a standard-sized chicken of hers that laid a humungous 3.5 oz. egg. So as time goes by and I weigh our eggs, I keep in the back of my mind, "I wonder if we'll ever get a 3.5er. There was a 3.2 (hmmm), then a 3.4 came along (hm-hmmmm), then a 3.7 (hey woopee), then a 3.9 (ouch), then about 3 weeks ago--winter, y'know?--this one tipped the skiffs at 4.2 oz.! Oh the poor girl! Will we get a larger one? I can't imagine it. But who knows. By the way, this egg was laid by a Campbell--among the smallest of the standard-sized ducks--as many of you know. Can you guess which one it is? There is a randomly-chosen Campbell egg to the left and a randomly-chosen 'large brown' chicken egg to the right Another perspective of the same three And here it is, on a hard-to-read measuring tape. The egg is about 3 1/4 in. long . I was thinking about using an exacto knife, cutting it in half lengthwise, mailing it to Chickensioux, and she could put bedding in it and let Microduck sleep in it; or maybe she could use each half (properly mounted, of course) as a water and food bowl for him. Think it might work?