Scientists Captured The Exact Moment This Bird Emerged From Its Egg. ADORABLE.
A professor from Jagiellonian University went from studying blue tit chicks to helping one hatch from its egg, all in the palm of his hand. Szymon Drobniak is part of a group of scientists studying over 200 birds on Gotland Island in Sweden. The blue tit will normally build its nest in the hole of a tree or hike in a wall.
The blue chick is seen gently pushing itself out of its shell. The bird has a life expectancy of two to three years and weighs up to 11 grams. The Polish university has been studying the birds since 2002, focusing on their mating rituals.
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