Where Do Eggs Come from?

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Eggs are normally laid by birds, typically as a method through which they reproduce. After formation within the bird's body, the egg is laid through the vent, which is located under the tail of the bird.
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Eggs come from birds. The normal eggs we buy in the grocery store are from chickens. The brown and white eggs are the nutritionally the same.
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