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  • Rights: Judi Lapsley Miller, C-C 4.0 Published 5 August 2019 Size: 390 KB Referencing Hub media

    Typically kākā have four eggs, although they can have up to seven. Incubation is usually about 20 days, and they can have two clutches in a season. These three tiny kākā chicks are only 1–3 days old, and there is one egg yet to hatch.

    Judi Lapsley Miller, C-C 4.0

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