It turns out that quail are experts in camouflage, especially ground-nesting Japanese quail. According to researchers reporting in the journal Current Biology, mother quail are familiar enough with the patterning of their own eggs that they can choose laying spots to hide them best... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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