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Mention the size of an ostrich egg. Is it a single cell of a group of cells?

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An ostrich’s egg is 15 centimetres in length and 13 centimetres wide. The weight of this egg is about 1.5 kg and it is single cell which is believed to be the largest existing single cell today.


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