Kia asked in PetsBirds · 8 months ago

Can you see veins in a fertile bird egg when it’s freshly laid?

Or do they show up after a few days? I can see the yolk (?) when I use the flashlight and the air sac but no veins but the egg is also only a few days old. I’ve heard different things and not sure what to think. 

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  • 8 months ago

    Leave the damn egg alone. Let it be.

  • Kenny
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    No, the egg starts to develop when the birds sit on them . In a chicken egg you can open the egg and see a heart beat in four days but very little other development .

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