Sunday, December 21

The most intricate bird's nest.

Inside the campus where my son now works and lives, there is a small forest. Yesterday, while he along with his friends took a walk inside the forest, he stumbled upon a bird's nest that beat a highly skilled architect's skill.

Look at it below.


This cup shaped nest is so thoughtfully and lovingly built by a bird called Fantail. The size of the nest indicates it can accommodate at least 5 of her offspring. Isn't it ingenious?

My son only took the photo of the nest. I found out that it belongs to Fantail from a general knowledge book that my husband guards over. The image of the stunningly beautiful Fantail is taken from Wikipedia.

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