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Why are birds' eggs colourful? New research shows it's linked to the shape of their nests

By Kiara L'Herpiniere, PhD Candidate, Wildlife Biologist, Macquarie University
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It’s still not known exactly how female birds produce such colourful and intricately-patterned eggs. But we do have some theories about the survival advantage this provides.

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