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Giant stick insect emerges from its egg

Giant stick insect emerges from its egg

(6:02) In a world first, zookeeper Rohan Cleave captured the amazing hatching process of a critically endangered Lord Howe Island Stick Insect at Melbourne Zoo. The eggs incubate for over 6 months and until now the hatching process has never been witnessed. If you didn't see it you wouldn't believe it could fit in that egg!

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dannyboy501 dannyboy501 (2058 days ago)
Latest comment: Both beautiful and gross at the same time!
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Latest comment: Both beautiful and gross at the same time!
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Guest: InsectSchminsect (2060 days ago)
It's a world first becuase no-one gives a f*ck
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It's a world first becuase no-one gives a f*ck
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Guest: Sootytailpipes (2059 days ago)
What vacuous oik made that first comment. Philistine !
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What vacuous oik made that first comment. Philistine !
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