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I have a blue and a green quaker. the blue layed an egg today and i want to know if it would be safe to put them togther to see if they breed

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I wouldn't because they can be mean and tear each other up. Besides that you would need a breeder box and it's really not worth it. But most of all if they fall in love with each other they won't like you anymore and would get mean and aggressive towards you. Quakers can be very jealous and territorial of their stuff and will protect it violently. Good luck.

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