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Name: Matthew J.
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Age: 8
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Date: 2001


Question:
Do all bird eggs have the same parts?


Replies:
yes

Peter Faletra Ph.D.
Senior Science Advisor
Office of Science
Department of Energy


There is a great range of differences between sizes, colors, shapes, and internal construction of bird eggs, but they all have essentially the same parts and function.

THE BIRDER'S HANDBOOK, by Paul R. Ehrlich, David S. Dobkin, Darryl Wheye, has an excellent article about eggs.

J. Elliott


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