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 and Ophie wrote1 week, 4 days ago

I had one egg in a nest dropped by the Easter bunny,but i had 2 chicks spotted from that egg , how did that happen? is this normal, i thought it would be one egg one chick?
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 and Cobweb wrote1 week, 4 days ago

You can get "twins" every time something should only come once - butterflies, babies, chicks, etc.   The plates are programmed independently, and "twins" just means that the same animal has been programmed to more than one plate.  Where the animals can be different, as the Easter chicks can be, you can get two different types but they're still programmed from the same egg or plant.
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 and Ophie wrote1 week, 4 days ago

oh thanks Tracey, first time i've seen it
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 and ωιℓℓσω мσσηgℓσω wrote1 week, 4 days ago

Must I have eggs 1st before going underwater or will the EU give eggs after?
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 and ωιℓℓσω мσσηgℓσω wrote1 week, 4 days ago

EB  not EU.. Lol
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 and Cobweb wrote1 week, 4 days ago

You can do it either way.  You can still get eggs dropped underwater.  If you are underwater when the wildlife is spotted, you'll get sea-horses, and if you are on dry land you'll get chicks - regardless of whether you were underwater or on dry land when the egg was dropped.
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 and ωιℓℓσω мσσηgℓσω wrote1 week, 4 days ago

Tracey,  tysm... Way to clarify!!❤❤
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 and Jo Jo D#13 wrote1 week, 3 days ago

I have a green chick missed and a yellow chick missed, but an indigo egg and a red egg in my nests. Neither egg has wobbled. Still says they are incubating. I thought the chicks came from the egg you have in your nests?
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 and Gaelyn wrote1 week, 3 days ago

I have a question please. I have an Indigo egg and I noticed several chicks have been missed. They are all different colors? I know the color on an Indigo egg can be random but I thought it would probably already be set (  the color ) and until the chick showed up I wouldn't know the color? Thank you in advance for any help given.
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 and کթaɾƙɭεs wrote1 week, 3 days ago

Debbie, the egg only wobbles as an alert to show the chick is coming.  If no one waters, no one will catch the alert.

Sandra, the color is not set at all.  Any color red - indigo can come from an indigo egg, so it may be any of those colors anytime it visits.
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