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Rock Pigeon Egg
(Columba livia)

Huge flocks of wild rock pigeons can be found throughout New Zealand. They were introduced as a result of aviculture and for pigeon racing. They are often seen nesting under bridges and can be heard making a variety of “coo” calls.
This egg has been preserved in 70% ethanol and a small portion of the shell removed to display the inside.
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  • Seller location: Rangiora, Canterbury, NZ

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