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No matter how you decorate them or eat them, eggs are a key part of Easter celebrations. WWF, the environmental organisation, conducted an Easter egg hunt in its photo archive and created a gallery featuring weird and wonderful eggs that were found in nature. These eggs ranged from tiny anemonefish eggs up to the largest, the ones of the ostrich. They weighed as much as 12 chicken eggs.

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