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Thread subject: For those who just can't resist babies:
Name Date Message
martyc35 04/13/10 08:58 pm HERE
marty
Marie 04/14/10 12:13 am Absolutely facsinating! I love little babies of anything...
Anne UK1 04/14/10 05:55 am Beautiful photos Marty. Isn't amazing how quickly they turn from ugly bedraggled little things into something so cute and fluffy :)
Pamela 04/14/10 06:58 am Amazing, Marty!
I never realized chickens pecked around the entire shell until the cap was free nor that the ostrich used throat muscles to break the egg.
Marie 04/14/10 12:05 pm In some avians, apparently the back neck muscles do much of the work while the baby bird rotates around inside and the egg tooth does the cutting work through the shell. The egg tooth falls off soon after hatching. Exhausting work.
Celeste 04/14/10 02:38 pm Those were great!
BETH-OH 04/14/10 04:23 pm Thanks marty, super link!!
Talk about cute :-)
Shelley 04/14/10 09:39 pm Great link, Marty! Thanks!

A few years ago when we raised duck eggs in an incubator in our classroom, we photographed some of the hatchings. Of course, our camera was nowhere the calibre of the one used in the link but yes, it was a fascinating experience to witness
PeggyMaine 04/16/10 11:21 pm FANTASTIC!!!

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