One of the rarest eggs in the world was crushed, and a team scrambled to preserve it. I love this!
This kind of fairy tale starts with a broken egg… Look at it… It’s almost completely brocken.
But due to its amazing ornithological value, they taped the egg in order to give the embryo a chance of surviving.
And it worked out! Two days later, Lisa One, the first Kakapo of 2014, was born.
Lisa One at 11 days!
And this is what Lisa One is finally going to look like.
Pretty epic story, no? Life and death are so close from each other!