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Online Nature Watch

Discussion in 'Science' started by LivvieHoar, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. LivvieHoar

    LivvieHoar New commenter


    I am currently working in a bilingual school in China and we are about to start a unit on Living/Non-living things. One of the objectives is about recognising the difference between animals that have live offspring and animals that lay eggs. Naturally I wanted to get an incubator and hatch some eggs. However, regulations and other constraints have meant that this is not possible. I have also try to reach out to support from local farms with no luck. I am sure it exists (eggists) but does anyone know where I can find an online resource of eggs hatching - I know there would be videos on YouTube but we were hoping to do some daily observations. So an archived video diary would be PERFECT - but also very specific. Anyone have any ideas or nuggets of wisdom?

    Thank you in advance!
  2. rehaank

    rehaank Occasional commenter

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