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Massed egg shell debris from a nesting ground of the extinct giant Madagascan Elephant bird (Aepyornis maximus). The fragments were photographed undisturbed in situ among the dunes of Cap Sainte Marie...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Massed egg shell debris from a nesting ground of the extinct giant Madagascan Elephant bird (Aepyornis maximus). The fragments were photographed undisturbed in situ among the dunes of Cap Sainte Marie...
Massed egg shell debris from a nesting ground of the extinct giant Madagascan Elephant bird (Aepyornis maximus). The fragments were photographed undisturbed in situ among the dunes of Cap Sainte Marie...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Massed egg shell debris from a nesting ground of the extinct giant Madagascan Elephant bird (Aepyornis maximus). The fragments were photographed undisturbed in situ among the dunes of Cap Sainte Marie...
Elephant bird egg (Aepyornis maximus) 30cm compared to a Calliope hummingbird egg (Stellula calliope) 12mm. The Aepyornis egg volume holds around 7 to 10 litres, the hummingbird's a few millilitres. T...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Elephant bird egg (Aepyornis maximus) 30cm compared to a Calliope hummingbird egg (Stellula calliope) 12mm. The Aepyornis egg volume holds around 7 to 10 litres, the hummingbird's a few millilitres. T...