Hi, all, I am a bit puzzled. In fact I am very puzzled. I have quail males in one cage as leftover from the hatch, that I've been slowly slaughtering and eating. There are two left now. They are both about 8-9 weeks old. One of them is bold by now, I guess from overmating by other. Now today, I discovered an egg in their cage. Its dark greenish color and twice as small as the regular quail eggs (see pictures attached). It also has an interesting substance inside, looks like a yolk in a yolk. These guys sit in the cage adjacent to the femail+one male that hatch regularly but there is no way that I can think of that it would fit through the grid. ANYONE seen anything like this before? Please share your thoughts!