This egg was only available in Egg Cave's Cash Shop Park for June 2014.
Keekee eggs are often mistaken for tropical fruit. The egg does not actually have a shell; the egg is mostly made out of water and green pigment, and due to its semi-transparency, there appears to be seed-like objects in the center. These are actually the cells of the Keekee that lies within at extreme magnification due to the elements that make up the egg. The egg requires a subtropic climate to survive, and as it gets closer to hatching, the egg becomes softer and more moist. It is unknown as to why the water within the egg does not evaporate during the incubation process.
Keekee are classified as a bird specie due to their wings, however, because their wings are so small, they are incapable of flight. This makes Keekee easy prey to many of Ark's other predators, so most Keekee either live in captivity or within Ark City to avoid their hunters. Fortunately, they are very friendly and enjoy the presence of Arkians, so this is not necessarily out of the specie's interests. Keekee are very playful, and are thus particularly attracted to children. Due to their small numbers, it is forbidden among Arkians to kill any Keekee for any reason. It is considered to be good luck if a Keekee ever sings to you, so always keep a lookout for any that may be nearby!