There are 34 gigantic eggs lining the
coast of Iceland’s Merry Bay. They were
sculpted out of granite to honor the 34
species of birds that nest in the area,
and each one is the shape, pattern, and
color of the birds’ actual eggs. They’re
all about the same size, but the egg that
represents the red-throated diver, the
area’s official bird, is much bigger
than the rest.

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