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Hamilton Zoo sell its ostrich eggs for conservation

Zoo News - Posted 21 November 2017

Ostrich Waikato Times

It weighs 1.5kg, it's the equivalent of 20 to 24 chicken eggs and its dappled shell is as thick as a Chinese tea cup.

Now you can get your hands on one for as little as $15. Hamilton Zoo has too many to handle so they're going under the hammer on Trade Me in the name of conservation.

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JO LINES-MACKENZIE/WAIKATO TIMES
CHRISTEL YARDLEY/STUFF

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