Live: How does the wild crested ibis give birth? – Ep. 5 云守候野生朱鹮孵化新生命

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    However, the journey was not easy. The female crested ibis is already 17 years old, roughly equivalent to a 50-year-old human. If the eggs are successfully hatched, it will set a new breeding age record for crested ibises in the wild.

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