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Nature's way
Wikipedia: "In the early summer females lay 4 to 15 oval, soft shelled eggs, in a flask-shaped hole. Females choose soft, sandy good exposure to the sun in which to dig the hole. Once the eggs are laid they cover the hole and leave. The young hatch and dig out of the nest on their own, they are independent immediately."
environs | 06/05/07 | permalink (comments)

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