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A poop egg is essentially the term given to the egg which holds the unbirthed human in a certain circumstance. This is a fairly uncommon circumstance which can be very dangerous to the growing foetus. Usually the mother decides she does not want to go through childbirth, so during the second trimester she may opt to excrete it by means of defecation. This hard encapsulating faecal matter is then referred to as the poop egg.
Poop eggs are generally laid in a soft and comfortable bedding acting as a nest, usually in the mother's actual residence.
WARNING!! Some people dispute whether poop eggs actually exist due to incomplete and insufficient hospital records and lack of scientific proof.
Poop eggs are not able to survive on their own. Proper hatching techniques must be administered. Like many bird eggs, poop eggs need to be sat upon to ensure a warm growing environment. However, the mother is often times far too heavy to sit on the poop egg (because of the exterior walls fragility and ability to easily collapse), so a younger child is used for this purpose.
The remaining 3-5 months of growing need to be in a controlled environment under a younger child. The shell of the poop egg may harden or slightly crack during this time.
Poop eggs are fragile and need special care. Some guidelines:
- Hatcher is not to exceed 50 pounds
- Poop egg is not to be left unattended for more than 4 hours at a time
- Air fresheners cause sustained damage to the poop egg
- Keep away from heating sources such as fireplaces or lamps
- Give it fresh air 6 hours a day minimum
Tiny pores in poop eggshells allow the embryo to breathe. The average poop egg has around 2500 pores.