No one paints eggs prettier than Mother Nature!
Check out these masterpiece “Easter Eggs,” painted by the real professionals — birds!
The “robin’s egg blue” color comes from pigments in the mother robin’s blood.
This avocado-looking egg is the third largest in the world (after emus and ostriches) at 6.5 inches long.
Emu eggs look like giant emeralds!
These shiny little gems look like they’d make a nice necklace!
This rare South American bird looks like a quail or partridge that lays shiny, iridescent purple eggs!
Great blue heron:
Both parents take turns incubating these aqua-colored eggs for 4 weeks.
Even our backyard buddies can produce some amazing looking eggs, ranging from coco brown by Marans chickens to blue and green by Auracauna chickens.