wow, it's a shame the photos were lost, thank you for a fascinating threadHaven't posted in a while but just wanted to officially retire this thread Gozarutchi became a chef (he had a little plate of sushi by him, so cute) and then I got a new egg, raised it to Weeptchi, and he became a chef too. I took pics but they're lost in my phone as I take a lot of pics so I'm not gonna bother posting them XD Sorry for not posting for two generations! I got a blue egg, and before it hatched I took the batteries out to retire my Pix for a while. Still running the two Pac-Mans and TRYING to get the Morino to adult (keeps dying as a cocoon). Thanks everyone for reading and commenting along the way! It was a really fun adventure with the Pix!!
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