An elephant’s egg is a piece of the elephant’s anatomy that contains its heartbeat, which can lead to clues about the animal’s past.
When an elephant eats an egg, it releases an enzyme that breaks down the yolk, and the elephant may then be able to tell whether its ancestor was a male or female.
But how can an elephant find and eat the egg that contains the elephant songbird egg?
And why are elephants so curious about the bird’s egg?
The elephant’s songbird, a bird with a large bill, has been found in Africa since the 1970s, according to the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. This year, the museum released a video that captures the moment when the bird was captured in a zoo enclosure.
The video was created by the Smithsonian Tropical Conservation Research Center and shows the moment a male and female white and black male and white and male and black female white male and male, both from Zambia, released their first egg each other in April.
The white elephant bird egg is named after the white elephant songbirds, and is the first bird to be found in Zambia’s southern region.
The egg was collected in a river, and its coloration is not immediately clear.
It was the first egg to be collected in Zambian territory since 1947, the Smithsonian said.
The Smithsonian said the egg contains a mixture of black and white pigment.
The songbird is also the first species to be documented from Zambian land, the zoo said.