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The Value of the Largest Egg in the World

The world’s largest egg (no, it’s not an ostrich egg, and no, you can’t eat it) is located inside Chicago’s Field Museum, which with over 60,000 eggs, is one of the largest such collections in the world. How does learning about an egg this big help with species conservation? Associate curator John Bates explains.

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