Wow, thanks for sharing! I'd like to know what the vet said as well. It's hard to evaluate the bone density from this view...however nothing really jumps out at me. I see the lung density on the right side, but where's the left lung lobe? Or is the animal just rotated? I love dissecting xrays.
I requested that he check for impaction, since that was my best guess as to what was going on. He said no obvious impaction, so then I asked about eggs and he said it could maybe be egg related but nothing obvious there either. So yeah... he didn't have anything too helpful to say. He just said the abdomen had "poor resolution".
I'm pretty sure I know what it is now anyway. I'll let the forumites keep theorizing for a while and then I'll give my opinion. Steve, gimme a call if you're curious and you can let me know if you think I'm right.
it's been over a week since the x-ray, and over a month since I first noticed her acting weird. Obviously, she has massive calcium sacs. She is still alive and she's a Uroplatus Sikorae.