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The Egg and I - Wikipedia
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Putting the final touches on ___sophie___jung___ ‘s sculptural setting on the square L7 in the Focus section friezeartfair !

According to Wikipedia “Seahorses are unique because the male hatches the eggs in a pouch on his belly. The female inserts her ovipositor into the male’s brood pouch. She places dozens to thousands of eggs in the pouch. As the female releases her eggs, her body slims while his swells. The male releases his sperm directly into the water. The sperm then fertilize the eggs in the pouch. The fertilised eggs are then embedded in the pouch wall.They get nutrition and oxygen from the fluid in the pouch. In the pouch, the salinity of the water is controlled. This prepares the newborns for life in the sea.” #sophiejung will activate her sculptural setting trough a series of unannounced micro performances and a big performance on Saturday 6pm - we hope to see you on one of these occasions ❣️ The live section is curated by dhakadiana 
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I am taking part in sunshine_inspired_fauna phiacz  which brings awareness to endangered species in Australia.

The orange bellied parrot: breeding is restricted to southwestern Tasmania. The breeding season is Nov to Feb, with birds arriving at Melaleuca in early October. They nest in hollows in mature trees, usually Smithton peppermint or sometimes swamp gum. Since 1991, nest boxes have been built to increase the number of suitable nests sites. The female cleans out the hollow and lays the almost round white eggs on a layer of rotten wood. The clutch consists of 3-6 (average 4.5) eggs with eggs being laid at two day intervals. A pair will reuse a successful nesting site, with some sites used up to 6 years. The female commonly remains in the best for several days before laying. Via Wikipedia.

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Ms. Writing Spider (aka...argiope aurantia or yellow garden spider) is gonnnnna have babiesssss! 🖤🕷🕸#writingspider #yellowgardenspider “Each spider produces from one to four sacs with perhaps over a thousand eggs inside each. She guards the eggs against predation as long as she is able. However, as the weather cools, she becomes more frail, and dies around the time of the first hard frost.🙁
In the spring🌷, the young spiders exit the sac. They are so tiny that they look like dust gathered inside the silk mesh✨. Some of the spiderlings remain nearby, but others exude a strand of silk that gets caught by the breeze🍃, carrying the spiderling to a more distant area.” - (thank you, wikipedia)🕷#iwillcallhercharlotte #charlottesweb #terrific #radiant #toeverythingthereisaseason
Rufous babbler
Argya subrufa
Devala, TamilNadu, India

The rufous babbler (Argya subrufa) is an endemic species of bird found in the Western Ghats of southern India belonging to the Leiothrichidae family It is dark brown and long tailed, and is usually seen foraging in noisy groups along open hillsides with a mixture of grass, bracken and forest.

The rufous babbler was formerly placed in the genus Turdoides but following the publication of a comprehensive molecular phylogenetic study in 2018, it was moved to the resurrected genus Argya.

This species is found in the Western Ghats south of Mahabaleshwar south to the Palni hills and east into the Shevaroy hills. They are found mainly close to the ground where they feed on insects and berries but will also make use of trees. The usual habitat is open forest, scrub or grassy hillsides.

The breeding season is mainly from February to November and the nest is a small cup in the fork of a tree. The eggs, ranging from two to four but usually three are dark glossy blue.
They have a loud ringing treenh-treenh call.

Information source: Wikipedia

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