SIRS,--Anomalous eggs of t h e type of which t h e accompanying photograph is an example, although of course well known, are of sufficient interest to warrant publication. The present specimen, for which I am indebted to Dr. P. MansonBahr, was laid by a domestic fowl in 1926, and was received by me in fragments, as its interesting nature had escaped notice until it arrived in a cooked condition on...

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